Masks of Nyarlathotep
The foundation, started by and named after Sir Aubrey Penhew of the Carlyle Expedition, is based in London in a Victorian building. It is run by Edward Gavigan.
Elsie Haugstad managed to break in and explore the upper floor where various authentic Egyptian relics are displayed and stored as well as the basement where many crates are stacked, some opened a few still closed. She was almost discovered in the basement by men coming to move a crate and left the Foundation once they left.