Italian Ambassador and Mrs. Giacomo de Martino, at the Steele Camp, "only a few miles from the Summer White House at Paul Smiths". Unidentified news clipping headed Our Washington Letter (presumably Summer 1926) Born: 1902

Died: May 1981

Married: Baron Giacomo Giorgio Levi, Walter Blumenthal

Children: Nina Sweeney

Maud Rosenbaum Blumenthal was a top-ranked tennis player of the 1930s. She was the daughter of a wealthy Chicago shoe manufacturer, Emmanual Rosenbaum. Educated in the United States and Europe, in the mid-1920s she began competing in tennis tournaments in Italy as Baroness Giacomo Giorgio Levi, using the name of her first husband. She won the Italian title four times. She was also active in other sports, coaching teams in basketball, track and hockey for the Olympics. Upon her return to the United States in 1930, she became a leading U.S. player, winning the New York State clay-court championship several times and the Eastern title.

She was a visitor at the Steel Camp and her second husband was a member of Knollwood Club.