"Stort Svenski Mote." 1918. The English version of the Swedish text reads:
Big Swedish service / Moody’s Tabernacle / (North Avenue and Clark St.) / Monday night / June 24, 1918 / [under photo] Pastor Wm. Fetler / Many years a pastor in one of Petrograd’s biggest churches, deported and now the leader of the Russian Bible Institute in Philadelphia / [under photo] Pastor N. F. Hoijer / 40 years a missionary in Russia / The first service in the big conference for the evangelization of Russia. / [under photo] Gustav F. Johnson (Texas Johnson) / America’s most prominent preacher will speak / Pastors G. E. Gordon, E. K. Johnson, Theo. Brodin, H. Lindblom will participate. / Song by a large, united choir / [under photo] The Russian student choir and musicians participates.
The Moody Tabernacle was on the north side of Chicago, Illinois, USA. The Moody Church (of which the Moody Tabernacle was a part) was deeply involved in ministry to several of the ethnic populations represented in Chicago. From Collection 330, Oversize material. Dimensions: 14" x 22". 1918.