Left to Right: Associate Supreme Court Justice Stanley F. Reed, Ambassador Richard C. Patterson, and Under Secretary of State James E. Webb. After Ambassador Patterson takes the oath of office as Ambassador to Switzerland, Mr. Webb congratulates him.
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Left to Right: Associate Supreme Court Justice Stanley Reed, Richard C. Patterson, taking oath of office as Ambassador to Switzerland, and Under Secretary of State James E. Webb.
A group of unidentified men with donkeys carrying small tanks for gathering water. Before the Point Four program arrived in Iran, the village of Mayan obtained its water from seepage to shallow potholes from a polluted creek near the village. The village landlord decided to cooperate with the Point Four program to get residents better water.
Mothers wait with their children outside a clinic in Tehran, Iran, which was established with the assistance of the Point Four Program. A doctor from the Ministry of Health visits the clinic twice a week and treats patients and helps train Iranian girls as health visitors. All women in the photo are unidentified.
Stanley Andrews (foreground, right), head of the Technical Cooperation Administration, is escorted from an airplane to a car upon his arrival in Tehran, Iran. Walking with him is William Warne, the head of the Technical Cooperation Administration in Iran. Others in the background are unidentified.
The village of Mayan, Iran has a more modern, sanitary water system, with faucets such as this every few hundred feet throughout the village. This water system, an improvement over the seepage from a polluted creek, was built with the assistance of the Point Four Program and the Technical Cooperation Administration.
Near the village of Mayan, Iran, unidentified villagers are constructing a standpipe for a well, using reclaimed bricks and an old gasoline truck tank as a water reservoir. The shallow well was constructed with the assistance of the Point Four program and the Technical Cooperation Administration so that villagers would have a better source of clean water.
William B. Mabee, an entomologist with the United States Department of Agriculture, examines a handful of dead locusts in the desert area of Pakistan where locusts breed. Mr. Mabee directed a Point Four program conducted jointly by the governments of Pakistan and the United States to control a locust plague. Control measures consisted of aerial spraying of insecticide and hand-spreading poisoned bait.
William E. Warne, head of the Technical Cooperation for Iran (right), examines baby chicks imported from the United States through the Point Four Program in cooperation with the Government of Iran for its livestock improvement program. All other men in the photo are unidentified.
This is an example of the classic plow of India. It scratches without actually turning the soil. The new-type plow being introduced all over India does a better job. The government of India and the Point Four Program cooperated in the community development program to help improve agriculture, health, and education in India.