A. Rosenberg and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg were dynamic figures in
the cultural and business life of Baltimore. Henry Rosenberg served
with the United States Navy in World War I and later became president
of the Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, a position he held until
his death in 1955. He served as a trustee of the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra, Sinai Hospital, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, the Associated:
Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, and the Boy Scouts.
Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg was a graduate of Goucher College who
devoted herself to institutions such as the Peabody Institute, where
she studied voice and piano, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters
Art Gallery, and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. She also served as
a trustee of the Maryland Association of Mental Health and the Associated:
Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg
died in 1992.