Enid worked in a large glass-roofed sculpture studio at Chicago’s Jackson Park fairgrounds. There were several dozen others, including six young ladies that worked from early morning to six in the evening preparing decorations that would accent the buildings of Chicago’s “White City.” Sculptor Lorado Taft supervised the studio and was most impressed with the women. As the fair’s opening day quickly approached Taft realized he would not have time to complete the decorations in time. Discovering that all the male sculptors he wanted were already employed he asked if he could employee women sculptors, the director said, “I don’t care if you hire white rabbits” if the work gets done. Thus, Enid along with nine other women sculptors, including Janet Scudder from Terre Haute, IN, came to the aid of Taft and became known as the White Rabbits. This image is of Enid posing front and center in front of one of the caryatids she made for the Women’s Building.