FDR Signs Public Works Bill 1933

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Industrial Control-Public Works Bill at the White House, June 16, 1933. He called it "the most important and far-reaching legislation ever enacted by the American Congress." From left to right are: Sen. Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas; Sen. Robert F. Wagner of New York; Rep. Robert L. Doughton of North Carolina; Rep Heartsill Ragon of Arkansas; Rep. Lister Hill of Washington; and Rep. James V. McClintic of Oklahoma. (AP Photo)