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.
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]
The UNKRA allocated $350,000 to build and equip an 18-building Merchant Marine Academy at Yong-do, Pusan, which will be capable of accommodating 400 students currently undergoing training in temporary quarters. The Academy is nearing completion. This photographs shows the main buildings of the Merchant Marine Academy in process of construction. Centre front, the laboratory with warehouse behind. Top left the two dormitories and lower down the mess hall and bath house. The centre building which will provide lecture rooms and assembly halls is at the moment concealed by the temporary wooden building. [Photograph 1696]
UNKRA-furnished technical assistance played a highly important role in bringing about the great increase in coal production that has occurred in South Korea. [Photograph 2687]
Ten 77-ton trawlers were constructed in Hong Kong and brought to Korea to help expand deep-sea fishing operations. [Photograph 1902]
Sometimes the grade is about one in three.
Pangyo mine, at the end of the narrow gauge railroad and the beginning of the aerial ropeway.
The sea wall at Teachon-ni South Korea built by UNKRA supplied materials.