Donald R. Richberg
Apr, 1939
Donald Richberg, a key aide to President Roosevelt, helped write the National Industrial Recovery Act and he served as general counsel and executive director of the National Recovery Administration. Richberg had known Clarence Darrow for years and he recommended that Darrow be appointed to the National Recovery Review Board.

Caption for photo: "Former NRA coordinator discusses oil seizures with Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., April 18. Donald R. Richberg, former NRA coordinator and now an oil company negotiator in an attempt to straighten out the problems involved in the Mexican seizures of American oil properties. He said that his visit was only to make a routine report." Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-DIG-hec-26496