U.S. Army Photo. 27 April 1952. L/R J. Donald Kingsley of UNCACK, Mr. Hobart Creighton, hatching expert, watch the sexing of baby chicks at the Kimhae hatchery. Photographer: PFC R.L. MCCrae. Cleared by UNCACK - PIO, T.P. Wickinson Lt.-Col.
200 pigs flown to Korea in first animal airlift. Two hundred pigs made a flight half-way around the world to do their part in the reconstruction of Korea. The UNKRA imported this breeding stock to replenish the drastically reduced Korean supply. The Heifer Project Committee, an interdenominational voluntary society, cooperates with the U.N. Agency in this project. This picture, taken upon arrival of the plane in Korea, shows Dr. Reisinger, of UNKRA (at right), and Mr. Lee (left), Korean Quarantine Representative, helping unload the crated pigs from the truck in which they were taken to the Quarantine Station. Pusan, Korea, June 1952.
For breeding purposes, 270 pigs and 100 goats have been flown to Korea from the United States by the UNKRA. The project was undertaken jointly by the Agency and the 'Heifer Project Committee', an international voluntary society.
Agricultural technicians, recipients of UNKRA study grants, examine watermellons, very popular Korean fruit enjoying a bumper crop this year. Pak Il Nam is showing a sample of this important summer produce to Anne C. Raick, UNKRA Public Information Officer, and Burling B. Hamer, UNKRA, Chief, Division of Food and Agriculture. Looking on are Pak Ki Soong (in coat and glasses), Nam Hyun Hi (behind Mr. Pak), Lim Ki Jip, Chang Yung Chul, Bak Heung Duk, Lee Chai Yung, Kim Won Kyu, Sohn Eung Ryong and Kang Chung Ok of UNKRA Public Information. Directly behind the group stand Chang Sang Tai (left) and Tcha Kwin Hi. Photograph: Chung In Key.
A Korean woman tells the doctor what ails her at Kunyangjang-ni clinic operated by 'Houses for Korea, Inc.' a United States voluntary agency. Dr. Joseph Alter of Bellevue, Wash., listens as a Korean interpreter listens to her symptoms. [Photograph 1954]