July 18-21, 1901
7 in HIGH x 2.25 in WIDE
(17.78 cm HIGH x 5.71 cm WIDE)
Gift of Mr. John E. Ruden

A white ribbon that reads: "Chorus, Fifth International Convention, Epworth League, San Francisco July 18th to 21st, 1901" In the middle of the ribbon is the same emblem as 2000.171.99, described on the reverse as: "The center shows the far-famed Golden Gate. On the left is the Yosemite Falls and on the right is the famous Big Tree Wawona, with the stage road extending through its trunk. The Bear is the favorite State emblem. The view at the base is looking up Market Street, San Francisco." The names of the places depicted are written below the images, as is the date and the Epworth League motto "All For Christ Look Up- Lift Up" There is a cross in the middle of the Golden Gate."

The Epworth League was founded on May 14th, 1889 to help develop godliness and loyalty to God and our Church among the young people. It is the first denominational youth work in the history of the Christian Church. Part of the Southern Methodist Church.

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