Dwight Morrow

Dwight Morrow (1873–1931) helped draft an early workers’ compensation law, devised a national aviation policy, and served as ambassador to Mexico.


Dwight Whitney Morrow (born January 11, 1873) helped draft a workers' compensation law in 1911. He then became a partner in J.P. Morgan & Co. and organized the Kennecott Copper Corp. After WWI he helped devise a national aviation policy. Morrow was ambassador to Mexico (1927–1930) and briefly served in the U.S. Senate before his death. His daughter Anne married famed aviator Charles Lindbergh.

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