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Editorial: (by Dr. Bob of Akron)
During nine years in A.A. I have observed that those who follow the Alcoholics Anonymous program with the greatest earnestness and zeal, not only...
Hospitalization in Akron Model for A.A. (by Dick S.)
As in nearly all matters, A.A.s and groups of A.A.s seem to follow pretty much of a pattern regarding hospitalization for A.A. prospects. As long as...
10th Birthday Celebrations
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the meeting out of which A.A. was born, the Cleveland groups have arranged a two-day program carrying through...
Where the A.A. Beacon Was Lit
Akron, "the hill where the A.A. beacon was first lit," was a mecca for approximately 400 other A.A.s on the same evening (June 10) that the...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by M. L.)
May I have a little space in which to reply on behalf of the Genesee Group of Rochester, N. Y., to the two Manhattan letter writers, "J.D." and "A.T...
Mid-west Meeting
Dr. Bob S. will speak at the mammoth mid-west A.A. gathering in Iowa City, April 14. A big poster with arrows shooting through a map of Iowa from the...
Trustees Issue Statement on Fund Raising
At a special meeting on September 10, 1946, the trustees of The Alcoholic Foundation, through their Policy Committee, issued the following statement...
What Is Our A.A. Grapevine (by Bill W.)
Hundreds of A.A.s have not yet seen or heard of The A.A. Grapevine. Others query, who is it? What is it? What are its ideals? So I have been asked to...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
On July 3 the Delray Beach, Fla., Group passes the six-months mark with a growth from the original three founders to at least 16 members and several...
Why Can't We Join A.A., Too? (by Bill W.)
Dear A.A.s: Dr. Bob and I have a problem. We'd like to share it frankly with you.