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The History of Alcoholics Anonymous

Historical writings, documents, letters, events, people, places and references through-out the history of A.A.

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New line Clarence S. -Cleveland, Ohio, his story, "Home Brewmeister" appeared in the 1st three Big Book editions. (Clarence S.)

New line Mr. X and Alcoholics Anonymous -by Rev. Dilworth Lupton. This was a sermon preached on November 26, 1939 by Dilworth Lupton at the First Unitarian Church (Universalist - Unitarian), Euclid at East 82nd Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. X was Clarence S.

New line My Higher Power The Light Bulb -by Clarence S. 'My Higher Power The Light Bulb' was copied from the old web page of the Recover Or Die group that used to meet in Washingtonville, New York, not far from Cornwall, New York. The Recover Or Die group no longer exists. Never heard of Cornwall, NY? Read on...

New line AA Sponsorship Pamphlet - This is the first pamphlet ever written concerning sponsorship. It was written by Clarence S. in early 1944. Its original title was to be "A.A. Sponsorship...Its Obligations and Its Responsibilities." (1944)
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New line THE STEPS OF A.A. - AN INTERPRETATION -"Alcoholics Anonymous is not a "booze cure" or a psychological means of controlling one's excessive or obsessive drinking. A.A. is a program, a life-changing program, and, in a great part, we owe our inception as a fellowship to our origin in the Oxford Group movement during the mid 1930's." -Clarence S.

New line How It Worked -The Story of Clarence H. Snyder and The Early Days of Alcoholics Anonymous in Cleveland, Ohio". -a book written by Mitchell K., was also sponsored by Clarence.

New line Correspondence -(pdf, file size-5.69 mb) On June 26th, 1944, Clarence Snyder wrote to The Alcoholic Foundation about the Book Book. This is a copy of the original document sent to Clarence from The Alcoholic Foundation , dated July 7th, 1944, in reply to the letter Clarence sent on June 26th - then a reply from Clarence dated July 21, 1944 (placed here for historical reasons).

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