Dr. Harry Tiebout

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Bill's Comments on Wylie Ideas, Hunches (by Bill W.)
Philip Wylie's piece in this issue of The Grapevine will endear the man to every A.A. And why? Because, of course, he's so very alcoholic! Neither...
Members of the Women's Organizing Committee
The National Committee for Education on Alcoholism, Inc., sponsored by the Yale Plan for Alcohol Studies, will open its offices on October 2, 1944,...
Re-creation of Personality Possible Through Training (by R. F. S.)
No vocalism is more loosely used or so frequently corrupted and debased as the symbol which stands as one of the key words in the glossary of...
News Circuit
MORE than 2,000 members of Alcoholics Anonymous and guests jampacked the main ballroom of the Hotel Commodore, New York City, recently to celebrate...
From the Grass Roots (by C. C.)
I just can't resist telling you what a wonderful magazine this Grapevine is getting to be. The out-of-this-world article by Tom P. in the April...
A Fragment of History and a Tribute (by Bill W.)
Dr. A. Wiese Hammer, seventy-seven, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, died at Philadelphia December 27th, 1956. THIS SIMPLE ACCOUNT...
New Trustees Named
TWO NEW NON-ALCOHOLIC TRUSTEES were named to serve on the General Service Board by the General Service Conference: Professor Harrison M. Trice,...
Pro and Con (by L. L. B.)
Brief comments and excerpts from letters containing opinions pro and or con specific items (including the Grapevine itself) will appear in this...
The Wily Ego (by Harry M. Tiebout, M.D.)
The capacity of the Ego to bypass experience is astounding and would be humorous were it not so tragic in its consequences. Cutting the individual...
The Wily Ego (by Harry M. Tiebout, M.D.)
The capacity of the Ego to bypass experience is astounding and would be humorous were it not so tragic in its consequences. Cutting the individual...