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The Grapevine
The Grapevine has just completed the first year of its existence. Scores of enthusiastic letters are coming in. They are written from all parts of...
Two Yale Savants Stress Alcoholism As True Disease (by H. W. Haggard and E. M. Jellinek)
At the launching of The Grapevine, we wish to express our heartiest congratulations and best wishes for the success of this new publication. The...
Grapevine" in Bow
In a big smoke-filled room six ink-stained wretches sipped at their Cokes as I shot question after question at them.
Corporation Meets
The semi-annual corporation meeting was held at the 24th Street Club House on April 18th, 1944 at 8:00 P.M. Fifty-two members attended (A.A.s who...
Central Committee
At the continuation of the semi-annual corporation meeting Wednesday night, May 10, the Acting President pro tem called the roll of groups...
Bucolic Notes. . . .
"Sister Francis'" friends will be glad to know that High Watch Farm, Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut, near Kent, which many A.A.'s have visited and...
Central Office Notes (by Bill W.)
May 1st was moving day for the Central office into larger quarters on Lexington Avenue near Grand Central Terminal, a much more accessible spot to...
Do You Know. . . . . .?
Answer:--The Alcoholic Foundation is comprised of seven trustees, four of whom (a majority) are non-alcoholics but keenly interested in the problem...
Central Office Notes
Oct. 8, 1943 Naval Cantonment, Honolulu, Hawaii Alcoholics Anonymous Dear Sirs:
Time on Your Hands?
This column will deal specifically with one or two "time fillers" in each issue, but we want to cover the kind of thing you are most interested in....