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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...
Editorial: (by D. S.)
Funny thing after all these years. . .but it seems I haven't known too much about A.A. and what it really meant until just lately. And I suppose I...
Mail Call for All A.A.s in the Armed Forces (by Y.G.)
In answer to our D-day letter, that old raconteur, Warrant Officer Norman M., shot one back at us from the South Pacific in near record time. His...
How It Feels to Make One's First Beginnings in A. A. (by Joe)
Harry I. of the New York A.A. is up here at the farm. Seeing he is here for two days, I am pumping him for all I can get out of him on A.A. He has...
How It Feels to Make One's First Beginnings in A. A. (by Elliot B.)
I was in my 60th year when I first contacted A.A. I had always been a steady and heavy drinker. Having what drinks I wanted was as much a natural...
Bill's Wife Remembers When He and She and the First A. A.s Were Very Young (by Bill W.'s wife, Lois Wilson)
As the wife of an early A.A., some of our experiences and my reactions to my husband's changed life may be interesting to other wives. Bill was an...
The Children Say What A.A. Means to Them (by Bert T.'s 18-year-old son, Alan)
Six years ago my father called my brother and me into the living room to give us one of his few and scattered "lectures." However, the contents of...
Mail Call for All A.A.s in the Armed Forces
The first A.A. Seamen's group ever organized was formed in Manhattan, June, 1944. Six months later, in December, the Seamen took over the first A.A....
Chapter XXIBoomerang
Chapter XXIBoomerang Kidd Whistler had been optimistic about Joe. All the A.A.s were positive Joe would snap out of it. "Sure, he'd had a slip--so...
Second Thoughts. . . (by Dave R.)
From the critics I had the impression that Elwood P. Dowd was an alcoholic, and that Harvey, who stands six feet one-and-a-half inches (with his ears...