I appreciate very much the interest you have shown in our success. . . .
Yours very sincerely, Franklin D. Roosevelt"
... I also appreciate the good work you have done in New Jersey. . . .
With kind personal regards,
James A. Farley"
Armed with letters like these praising his work in the 1932 campaign, and described as a New Jersey real-estate operator, one Samuel W. ("Big Sam") Silverman recently opened offices in Manhattan as the National Association of Roosevelt for 1940 Clubs, Inc., began soliciting contributions. Making an official disclaimer...