Articles, pamphlets. Book review; article Rabbinate is Changing. Canadian Jewish Congress items. Personal correspondence. Press clippings. Typescript Christianity and Anti-Semitism. Obituary.
Rabbi Rosenberg was born in New York City, in 1922. He was Rabbi of Beth Tzedec in Toronto; he acquired Cecil Roth Art Collection for Beth Tzedec Museum; created Institute of Ethics; established Christian-Jewish dialogue; was among the first to report on plight of Soviet Jewry 1961; brought Ben Gurion to Canada for United Jewish Appeal; weekly columnist for Toronto Star; author of Jewish Community in Canada; Christian Problem - a Jewish View; wrote several articles and pamphlets on theology, Canadian, Quebec and world Jewry. He died in 1990 in Florida.