was a Baltimore, Maryland
company that was acquired by the Saint Paul Companies
, which, itself, merged with Travelers Property Casualty Corp.
It was originally called United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company.
The USF&G Building was the tallest building in Baltimore. The building is now primarily occupied by Legg Mason and remains (as of 2007) Baltimore's tallest building.
From a Letterhead from the 1920's or 30s:
United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company
75 William Street, New York
Telephone: Bowling Green 2120
John R. Bland, President
Alonzo Gore Oakley, Edward R. Lewis, Managers
Capital Paid in Cash $4,500,000
Logo of eagle with shield and arrows in a ships wheel reads: We Will Bond You, Fidelity, Judicial, Casualty, Contract
The company sponsored the USF&G Classic golf tournament
. For a time, the company sponsored the college football Sugar Bowl
and the Arrows Formula One