TRAFFIC DINNER TO ENO
|Topics: William Phelps Eno
The New York Times
April 19, 1914
Commissioner Woods, President Marks, and Gen. Brigham to Talk.
On Tuesday evening the Citizens' Traffic Committee of greater New York is to give a dinner to William Phelps Eno, out of compliment to his work for traffic regulation in this and other cities. The study of traffic conditions, at first a hobby with Mr. Eno, now takes a large portion of his time. The dinner is to be held at the Automobile Club of America, and it is expected that 150 persons will be in attendance.
Those who will speak are Robert Grier Cooke, Chairman of the Citizens Traffic Committee; W. W. Miller, who will act as toastmaster; Mr. Eno, Gen. Theodore A Bingham, Marcus Marks, President of the Borough of Manhattan, and Police Commissioner Arthur Woods.
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