The History of Alcoholics Anonymous
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A.A. members & Writings of: Hank P.
Henry G. (Hank) P. (1895-1954) -Hank P. was a business dynamo who was the first alcoholic to recover in New York, following Bill W. Thus, Hank was New York's AA#2. His was a vital contribution to AA: without Hank P. the Big Book might never have been published.
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