Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Dec, 1933
When he was Governor of New York, Franklin D. Roosevelt, wrote a letter to Clarence Darrow on February 23, 1931 in which he said "I wish much that the next time you come East you would stop off in Albany to have a talk with me. I should like to have your opinion on a number of matters for, as you know, we in the State of New York are facing a decision on a good many things which will have a definite effect on future policies throughout the country." LC-USZ62-117121, Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.