It's a big industrial truck depot today. Maybe he worked out of the front seat of his rig.

You might think USF&G had nautical beginnings. I don’t know if they did. I know they built one of Baltimore’s uglier buildings. They started diversifying, which of course is always a fantastic idea:

By 1990, the company was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. That year, Norman Blake was brought in as chief executive officer, and Blake quickly shed business units, fired most of the top management, and refocused the company on its core insurance business so that by 1992 USF&G was once more highly profitable.

Saint Paul Companies in January 1998 acquired USF&G for $3.9 billion in stock and assumed debt.

So the seafaring company passes to the landlubber? Well, we do have rivers around here, you know. And some substantial lakes.