Dr. Silkworth

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Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by J.W.C.)
I am a recent graduate of Knickerbocker Hospital, where I landed after a rather bad slip, a slip that taught me a great deal, but possibly not enough...
Dr. Silkworth Honored By New York A.A.s
More than 1,000 A.A.s attended a special Intergroup meeting in New York recently, a testimonial to Dr. W. D. Silkworth, of the Chas. B. Towns and...
History
To the three non-alcoholics who participated in our International Conference AA owes a great debt of Gratitude. Warden Clinton C. Duffy of San...
If He Should Come Again (by M. K.)
I AM sitting here in the boiler room of a small mill on Christmas Eve, alone. I am meditating and thinking of the One whose birthday we will...
No 'Musts' in AA? (by Anonymous)
HOW CAN ANY member of Alcoholics Anonymous say there are no musts in AA after reading the following direct quotations from our book Alcoholics...
PO Box 1980 (by P. S.)
I've read the section on old-timers in the March Grapevine, and I am looking forward to the next issue. The section is proof that this program works...
History (by Bill W.)
Bill W. refers to Dr. Silkworth as "the little doctor who loved drunks" and as "a man who was very much a founder of AA. From him we learned the...
Editor's Note (by The Editor)
Dear Reader, Over 1500 years ago a spiritual seeker named Augustine of Hippo addressed his higher power with the words "O beauty ever ancient and...
A Friend In Deed
In an August 1957 Grapevine article, "Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends. . . the Physicians," Bill W. recalled Dr. Silkworth and stressed the...