The 14th National Convention was held at the University of Southern California June 28-July 2, 1915. This convention was monumental as it was the first one held on the West Coast and had more than 240 attendees. This red suede wrist case held the convention program presented to attendees as they arrived in Long Beach. This was a specially made gift from The T.V. Allen Company, which was the leading fraternity jeweler for Southern California at the time.