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Mail Call for All A. A.s at Home Or Abroad (by Elsie J. W.)
Here I am again. I cannot help myself, I feel compelled to write you. Having read some of the articles in The A.A. Grapevine by my sister alcoholics...
Book Publication Proved Discouraging Venture (by Bill W.)
During the summer of 1938 we solicited the well-to-do for contributions to fill that grand new receptacle, our Alcoholic Foundation. Again we...
Variety of Angles Studied
INVESTIGATION of alcoholism is expanding under the impetus of an increasing number of research projects at various educational institutions...
Cleveland Is Host to 400 Visitors (by H.W.D.)
More than 400 visitors came to Cleveland June 14 and 15 to participate in the observance of the 12th anniversary of A.A. There were four from Vermont...
The Formula That Works (by Jack C.)
We say here in A.A. that we don't know what makes it work. Well, we don't know just what makes it work; but I can think of one thing that has an...
The Pleasures of Reading (by M. N.)
Something sat by Jimmy Murphy's bed at night. Something intangible, without form, face or voice, but frighteningly there. The Story of Mrs. Murphy is...
Bottoms Up!
The "Best Hiding Place" contest goes merrily on as we report a number of ingenious places contributed by our readers. "Never Underestimate the Power...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
Twenty-eight members of Chicago, Ill., A.A. attended a retreat at Childerly, a country estate owned and maintained by the Calvert club of the...
The 'Border Boys' Want In! (by H.H.H.)
So much emphasis is placed on extreme alcoholism, that the ordinary drunk is almost overlooked. There are thousands who have never had D. T.s, never...
Bottoms Up!
R.A.T.W. of Mt. Pleasant, Mich., sent us a sketch of a "vicious Dalmatian dog" and dog house. Brother R.A.T.W. hid his bottle in the dog house straw...