At the age of 63, after devoting 22 years of his life to the study of traffic control, Eno could see that the search to improve street traffic circulation would continue to pose many more challenges than one person could address in a lifetime. Thus, he established the The Eno Foundation for Highway Traffic Regulation, Inc. The organization was established at Eno’s “Judah Rock” estate in Westport, Connecticut. Besides Mr. Eno, the founding board members included Philip Golden Bartlett and David Jay Ely of the law firm of Simpson, Thacher and Bartlett of New York City, which handled the Eno family’s legal affairs. The first annual meeting of the Eno Foundation was held at Mr. Eno’s Saugatuck home on October 10, 1922. During the early years of the Eno Foundation, meetings of its board members were often held in Eno’s Saugatuck, Connecticut home (pictured above). At a special meeting of the Eno Board two months later, the Directors elected their first woman member, Sophie Irene Loeb of New York.