Connections and Commentaries
the chemical force that makes the Roosevelt tick"
In 1940, Sullivan is interviewed for the Democratic Women's Day program for the
Democratic National Committee
Frank offers his friend, Will Cuppy, some of his "Papal Blessing."
Frank's witty personality fits in well with other literaties and he becomes a regular at the Algonquin Club for the weekly roundtable luncheon. There he joins with the likes of James Thurber, Bennet Cerf, Dorothy Parker, Russell Crouse, and Monty Woolley, to name a few.
Katherine White, wife of E.B. "Andy" White is an editor for the New Yorker and both Andy and Katherine become close friends of Frank's.
Katherine White often edits Frank's works
Edna Ferber, author of Saratoga Trunk and another of Frank's Algonquin companions, is quite opinionated and outspoken.
She also does not mince words in writing about her displeasure to mutual friend, Russell Crouse.
In 1971, he is honored on his "Natal Day" with an article in the Congressional Record.