He was the eighth child and the seventh son of Haskell Rosenbaum and Deborah Rosenbaum.
He studied the New York University College of Dentistry where he became Clinical Professor of oral surgery. He also was director of dental service at Bellevue Hospital.
In 1914, he was runner-up for the men's national indoor singles.
Paired with Arthur Lovibond, he won the national indoor doubles in 1916. One year later, he shared this title with Frederick B. Alexander.
With Frederick C. Baggas, he was five-time winner of the national veterans doubles, 1927, 1929, 1931, 1934 and 1938. Then he served as referee for Southampton (Long Island) tournament at the Meadow Club.
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