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Big Book related articles- 1940's
The Shape of Things to Come - June 1944 - Bill W
The Book is Born - October 1945 - Bill W - - series on history of AA
Book Publication Proved Discouraging - July 1947 - Bill W - - series on history of AA
Read Further in AA Book for 12th Step Aid - June 1948 - D O R - Detroit, Mich
Give AA Book - July 1948 - C P - Vermont State Prison Group
The Alcoholic Foundation Was Briming With Hope - October 1948 - - series on history of AA
Big Book related articles- 1950's
Musts? You Bet! There Are Two! - July 1951 - S.B.M, - Muskegon, Michigan
The Big Book? never read it! - April 1952 - - The Chairman column
Editoral ...Lest We Forget - September 1952 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - There Is a Solution - September 1952 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - October 1952 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - November 1952 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget... A Vision for You - December 1952 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - January 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - February 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - March 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - April 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - May 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - June 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - July 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
A Fragment of History - July 1953 - Bill W - - Fragment of History series
Open Letter to AA - July 1953 - J.F.M. - Chicago, Ill.
Fools Rush In - October 1953 - Art L. - Leaside, Toronto, Can
Lest We Forget - October 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - November 1953 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - January 1954 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - February 1954 - - Lest We Forget column
Lest We Forget - March 1954 - - Lest We Forget column
How AAs World Service Grew Pt.1 - May 1955 - Bill W - - series on Service
For Man's Pursuit of Maturity - New Big Book - July 1955 - M.W. - New York City
To Whom it May Concern ~raffles of Big Book at meetings - January 1957 - L.C.G. - Cape Cod, Mass
Let There be Light - Braille Big Book - May 1957 - Elsie T. - Cincinnati, Ohio
Milestones in AA [1938] - July 1957 - GV staff - NY - - Milestones in AA series
Milestones in AA [1939 1940] - August 1957 - GV staff - NY - - Milestones in AA series
A Question and an Answer - January 1958 - Sec'y., Burlingame Group - Burlingame Group, Calif.
Facts Have a Life of Their Own - February 1958 - Norma T. - Carlsbad, Calif.
Agin Paperbacks - April 1958 - Vera S. - Yankton, South Dakota
More on Paperbacks - May 1958 - A. F. - Norce, California
AAs Group Conscience in Action ~no paperbacks - June 1958
Psychiatry and the Big Book - June 1958 - Anon - Chicago, Ill.
Let's make practical and spiritual sense - August 1958 - Bill W
It Tells You How... - August 1958 - T.P.W. - London, England
Help in Abundance - September 1958 - John D. - Chatham, Ontario, Can.
Big Book related articles- 1960's
The Big Book -March 1961
How the Twelve Steps Were Born - September 1962 - Bill W
Exporing AA Myths -February 1963 - Anon - Manhattan, N.Y. - Bleating Deacons Corner column
An AA Fable - July 1963 - G. R. - Fresno, Calif.
My Name is Melvin - July 1963 - M.D.B. - Jackson, Mich
Badge of Honor - November 1963 - M.C. - Austin, Texas
No Skipping, no slipping - June 1965 - Anon - Toronto, Ont. - letter
Big Book No.9 - November 1965 - J.W. - - letter
The Big Book - July 1966 - E.M. - Wellington, New Zealand - letter
Back to California... - March 1967 - I.O. - Reno, Nevada
Miraculous is the Word - July 1967 - J.P. - Kent, Ohio - Big Book Stories Updated series
Come On! Be Happy too - September 1967 - E.B.R. - Manhattan, NY - Big Book Stories Updated series
At Last No Longer Apart - November 1967 - F.M. - New Canaan, Conn. - Big Book Stories Updated series
What about guilt? - November 1967 - Raymond R. - Burnsville, NC - letter
No Graduation from AA! - January 1968 - P.W. - Cleveland, Tenn - Big Book Stories Updated series
Living the Program in All Our Affairs - March 1968 - S.M. - Dublin, Ireland - Big Book Stories Updated series
Rules or Guidelines - April 1968 - Jack W - Brooklyn, NY
Sober for Thirty Years - May 1968 - J.B. - San Diego, Calif - Big Book Stories Updated series
After Twenty-Nine Years - July 1968 - Marty M. - Manhattan, NY - Big Book Stories Updated series
So Changed a Life - September 1968 - C.F. - Manhattan, NY - Big Book Stories Updated series
I've Never Quit Being Active - November 1968 - C.H.S. - St. Petersburg, Fla - Big Book Stories Updated series
Don't Take Our Word for It - January 1969 - S.B.S. - Sarasota, Fla - Big Book Stories Updated series
But there is Hope - February 1969 - B. B. - Brockton, Mass - letter
The Wonder Still Lives - April 1969 - B.G. - Nutley, NJ - Big Book Stories Updated series

Big Book related articles- 1970's
Spiritual Experience - January 1970
Reading, 'Riting and Recovery - May 1970 - W. B. - Piedmont, SC
Why Bother with the Big Book? - August 1970 - - Around the Tables column
Pink Cloud and the Big Book - April 1971 - F.W.H. - Beloit, Wis - letter
One Shot Deal or Constant Companion - March 1972 - L.H. - North Hollywood, Calif
Big Book Tells It Like It Is - March 1972 - C.D. - El Monte, Calif
How Would You Answer These Questions - March 1972
We Found No Easier Softier Way - January 1973 - Dean S. - Santa Monica, Calif
One Million big Books - June 1973
Why Bother With the Big Book - August 1973 - - Around the Tables column
AA Books for the Blind - April 1974
Thanks to the Big Book - April 1975 - G.D. - Rockford, Ill
How It Works - May 1975 - H.D. - Franklin. Ohio
The Steps Are the Program - July 1975 - Paul M. - Riverside, Ill
And 'Recovered'? - November 1975 - C. McC. - Charleston, W.Va.
I Don't Work the Program - February 1976 - Bill C. - Houston, Tex
Working the Steps in a Group - March 1976 - Paul M. - Riverside, Ill
My Nine-Step Program - March 1976 - D.O. - Chicago. Ill
Third Edition of Big Book Is Now in Print - August 1976
How AA Came to New Zealand
> August 1976 - Pat - Wellington, New Zealand
> Twelve Promises - August 1976 - W.C. - Shelbyville, Ind
> What Ever Happened - August 1976 - E.S. - Manhattan, NY
> Making the Big Book Come Alive - August 1976 - Jim H. - Lewiston, Idaho

Twelve Promises - September 1976 - W.C. - Shelbyville, Ind
Big Book Says It All - October 1976 - Anon - Seattle, Wash
Guideposts to Sobriety - February 1977 - H.R. - Millbrae, Calif
Is the Big Book Neglected? - July 1977 - B.S. - Columbus, Ohio - letter
Reaching the Public - July 1977 - R.G. - Fort Knox, Ky
Don't Be Afraid of the Steps - September 1977 - R.G. - Fort Knox, Ky
Big Book Wisdom - December 1977 - - Around the Tables column
The Answers Will Come - December 1977 - L.C. - Fort Wayne, Ind
Action and More Action - January 1978 - H.R. - Millbrae, Calif
Working the Steps Early - January 1978 - R.G. - Fort Knox, Ky
No Musts in AA? - January 1978 - Anon
Don't Sell the Newcomer Short - March 1978 - P.M. - Riverside, Ill
Big Book is About Me - May 1978 - C.F. - Londonderry, Northern Ireland
All the answers - June 1978 - J.S. - Pasadena, Calif - letter
Is it time for the Steps? - June 1978 - E.C. - Miami, Fla - letter
Rarely- or Never? - December 1978
Principles - March 1979 - - Around the Tables column
Big Book - March 1979 - S.T. - Libertyville, Ill
Hands off Chapter 5 - May 1979 - G.K. - Menlo Park, Calif - letter
The Light of Reason - June 1979 - F.C. - Hawthorne, Calif
How It Works - December 1979 - C.P. - St. John, N.B.
Big Book related articles- 1980's
Design for Living - March 1980 - H.R. - Millbrae, Calif
If You Want to Stay Sober - July 1980 - R.G. - Fort Knox, Ky
Step Group - June 1981 - S.M. - Joliet, Ill
No 'Musts' in AA - August 1981 - Anon - Waukegan, Ill.
We Do Argue This Question - August 1981 - N.P. - Avon, Ohio
A Time-Tested Program of Recovery - October 1981 - P.M. - Riverside, Ill
Follow the Directions - September 1982 - F.C. - Hawthorne, Calif
Best Deal in Town - October 1982 - R.M. - Fullerton, Calif
When All Else Fails... - March 1983 - F.H. - Wilmington, Del
What I Dont Know About Life Would Fill a Book - July 83
A Fourth Dimension of Living - August 1983 - D. M. - Lebanon, Pa
Back to the books - August 1983 - F.P. - Vancouver, Wash - letter
Inventory the Big Book Way - December 1983 - J.R. - Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Only Suggestions - January 1984 - K.W. - Sierra Vista, Ariz
Buried Treasure - July 1984 - S.J. - Terrell, Tex
It Works When We Work - August 1984 - P.H. - Medford, Ore
By the Book - February 1986 - D.O. - Glenview, Ill
Candle from the Dark Past - February 1986 - M.G. - Bloomington, Ind
Get the Message? - February 1986 - J.C. - Surf City, N.J.
Slight of Hand - May 1986 - M.V. - Elk Rapids, Mich
Getting Next to the Text - October 1987 - E.L. - Gentry, Ark
Confessions of a Big Book Thumper - April 1989 - Anon - Athens, Ala
The Book Carries the Message - April 1989
Excerpts of three Reviews of Big Book - April 1989 - - column
The Big Book: Before and After - April 1989
More Crank Stuff - April 1989 - Dr. E. M. Jellinek
Fifty Years of Sponsorship - April 1989 - Anon - Medford, Ore
Turn to Page 63... - June 1989 - D.G. - Radcliffe, Ky
The Power of a Pronoun - September 1989 - Julyie B. - New York, N.Y.
Christmas by the Book - December 1989 - W.H. - New York, N.Y.
Big Book related articles- 1990's
The Power of a Pronoun - January 1990 - - letters
In Living Color - April 1990 - Marchy J. - Goleta, Calif
Riding the Rods - June 1990 - - Big Book Stories Series
Talking Back to the Big Book - August 1990 - Bill S. - Paducah, Ky
Annie the Cop Fighter - September 1990 - - Big Book Stories Series
The Professor and the Paradox - December 1990 - - Big Book Stories Series
Truth Freed Me! - February 1991 - - Big Book Stories Series
Joe's Woes - April 1991 - - Big Book Stories Series
The Independent Blonde - July 1991 - - Big Book Stories Series
On His Way - October 1991 - - Big Book Stories Series
Fragments of A.A. History - Origin of the Twelve Steps - January 1992 - Bill W - - What We Were Like series
Hindsight - February 1992 - - Big Book Stories Series
Too Big to Wade Through Now - April 1992 - G.T. - Excelsior, Minn
Educated Agnostic - April 1992 - - Big Book Stories Series
His Conscience - June 1992 - - Big Book Stories Series
A Seemingly Hopeless State of Mind and Body - July 1992 - Frank M. - Lincoln, R.I.
A Walking Tour Through AA Literature - January 1993 - Ernie K. - Indian Wells, Calif
Fine-Tuning Our Basic Text - September 1993 - Graham M. - Canberra, Australia
Whatever Happened to Plain Speaking? - January 1994 - Ted D. - Teaneck, N.J.
Letters on "Fine Tuning our Basic Text" - March 1994 - - letters
Principles to Live By - August 1994 - Greg H. - Moreno Valley, Calif
The altar of 'political correctness' - September 1994 - Marchgaret C. - Hampton, N.J.
The Vine Line - October 1994 - - column
Back to the Big Book - January 1995 - Larry M. - St. Louis, Mo
Small Problem, Small Book? - February 1995 - Mamie L. - Phoenix, Ariz
The Vine Line - February 1995 - - column
No Substitute - July 1995 - Carole T. - Oshkosh, Wisc. - letter
Interview with author "Doctor, Alcoholic, Addict" - July 1995 - Dr. Paul - - Big Book Authors Interviews
Interview with author of "Stars Don't Fall" - August 1995 - Felicia M. - - Big Book Authors Interviews
The Vine Line - August 1995 - -column
Interview with author of "AA Taught Him to Handle Sobriety" - September 1995 - Bob P. - - Big Book Authors Interviews
Interview with author of "Physician Heal Thyself" - October 1995 - Dr. Earle - - Big Book Authors Interviews
The only authority - December 1995 - Bob S. - Lakeview Terrace, Calif - letter
Interviews with Big Book authors - February 1996 - Little Rickie B. - Hartford, Conn - letter
Inteview with author of "The Independent Blonde" - March 1996 - Nancy F. - - Big Book Authors Interviews
Update from author of "Growing Up All Over Again" - June 1996 - H.K. - - Big Book Authors Interviews
A Big Book on Death Row - July 1996 - Mike P. - El Cajon,Calif
Nothing New - July 1996 - Jerry W. - Raleigh, N.C. - letter
The Unbeliever - September 1996 - - Big Book Stories Series
A Big Book Thumping - September 1996 - John Roy K. - Chicago, Ill
The Vine Line - September 1996 - - column
This is the Program - April 1997 - John J. - Moline, Ill - letter
Notice about the 4th Edition - November 1997
Articles related to Bill W., one of AA's cofounders - 1940's
Central Office Notes - June 1944 - Bill W - column
"Editorial, The Shape of Things to Come" - June 1944 - Bill W - column
Bill's Comments On Wylie Ideas - September 1944 - Bill W
Central Office Notes: A Date With Destiny - October 1944 - Bill W - column
To Mother of J - December 1944 - Bill W
"The Grapevine: Past, Present and Future" - July 1945 - Bill W
Modesty One Plank for Good Public Relations - August 1945 - Bill W
"Rules Dangerous, But Unity on Public Policies Vital" - September 1945 - Bill W
The Book Is Born - October 1945 - Bill W
"Those Goof Balls" - November 1945 - Bill W
A Tradition Born of Our Anonymity - January 1946 - Bill W
Our Anonymity Is Both Inspiration and Safety - March 1946 - Bill W
Twelve Suggested Points for A.A. Tradition - April 1946 - Bill W
Seeking Guidance for Safe Use of Money - May 1946 - Bill W
Trustee Vote Fixes Policy On Gift Funds - June 1946 - Bill W
The Individual In Relation to A.A. as a Group - July 1946 - Bill W
Who Is A Member of Alcoholics Anonymous? - August 1946 - Bill W
What Is Our A.A. Grapevine? - December 1946 - Bill W
Will A.A. Ever Have a Personal Government? - January 1947 - Bill W
Dangers In Linking A.A. to Other Projects - March 1947 - Bill W
Clubs In A.A. Are They With Us to Stay?- April 1947 - Bill W
Adequate Hospitalization... .One Great Need - May 1947 - Bill W
Lack of Money Proved A.A. Boon - June 1947 - Bill W
Book Publication Proved Discouraging Venture - July 1947 - Bill W
Last Seven Years Have Made A.A. Self-Supporting - August 1947 - Bill W
Traditions Stressed by Bill in Memphis Talk - October 1947 - Bill W
"Why Can't We Join A.A., Too" - October 1947 - Bill W
Editorial: On the Value of Tradition - November 1947 - Bill W - column
lncorporations: Their Uses and Misuses - November 1947 - Bill W
Editorial: On the 1st Tradition - December 1947 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 2nd Tradition - January 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 3rd Tradition - February 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 4th Tradition - March 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 5th Tradition - April 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 6th Tradition - May 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 7th Tradition - June 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 8th Tradition - July 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 9th Tradition - August 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 10th Tradition - September 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 11th Tradition - October 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: On the 12th Tradition - November 1948 - Bill W - column
Editorial: A Request and an apology - December 1948 - Bill W - column
Memorial: Anne S. - July 1949 - Bill W - obit
Editorial: We Approach Maturity - October 1949 - Bill W - column
Tradition Week-A Suggestion For Thanksgiving - November 1949 - Bill W
Articles related to Bill W., one of AA's cofounders - 1950's
Announcement of 1St International Conference - April 1950 - Bill W
There Wasn't Time For a Stitch in Nine - June 1950 - Bill W
Editorial: We Come Of Age - September 1950 - Bill W
A.A. is not big business - November 1950 - Bill W
Your Third Legacy - December 1950 - Dr. Bob and Bill
Memorial: Dr. Bob - January 1951 - Bill W - obit
Salut au Salute to Canada - May 1951 - Bill W
Editorial: To Serve Is To Live - June 1951 - Bill W
Meet The Non-Alcoholic Trustees - November 1951 - Bill W
Services Make A.A. Tick - November 1951 - Bill W
Happy New Year-The Vision Of Tomorrow - January 1952 - Bill W
Editorial: Tradition One - April 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Two - May 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Three - July 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Four - August 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Five - September 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Six - October 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Seven - November 1952 - Bill W
A Merry Christmas - December 1952 - Bill W - seasonal
Every Day Is Christmas - December 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Eight - December 1952 - Bill W
Tradition Nine - January 1953 - Bill W
Tradition Ten - February 1953 - Bill W
Tradition Eleven - March 1953 - Bill W
Memorial: Bobbie B. - April 1953 - Bill W - obit
Tradition Twelve - April 1953 - Bill W
A Fragment of History (How the Steps Were Written) - July 1953 - Bill W
A Christmas Message from Bill - December 1953 - Bill W - seasonal
Another Fragment of History (Anniversary of Rosary Hall) - February 1954 - Bill W - column
A.A.'s Third Legacy-Our Final Great Decision - June 1954 - Bill W
A Letter to the Groups (Literature Discounts) - July 1954 - Bill W
Memorial: Bill D. (He Kept the Faith) - November 1954 - Bill W - obit
Why Alcoholics Anonymous Is Anonymous - January 1955 - Bill W
The Significance of St. Louis - April 1955 - Bill W
How A.A.'s World Service Grew (Part 1) - May 1955 - Bill W
How A.A.'s World Services Grew (Part 2) - June 1955 - Bill W
What Is The Third Legacy? - July 1955 - Bill W
A.A.'s Co-founder Asks Fellowship to Take-Over - August 1955 - Bill W
Memorial: Helen B. - November 1955 - Bill W - obit
Our Experience Has Taught Us - November 1956 - Bill W
The Twelve Traditions - November 1956 - Bill W
Christmas Greetings - December 1956 - Bill W - seasonal
Memorial: Dr. A. Weise Hammer - May 1957 - Bill W - obit
The Grapevine and You - and Me. - June 1957 - Bill W
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... .The Psychiatrists - July 1957 - Bill W - series
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends.. .The Physicians - August 1957 - Bill W - series
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... .The Clergymen - September 1957 - Bill W - series
Concerning The Grapevine - October 1957 - Bill W
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... Press, Radio, Television - October 1957 - Bill W - series
Respecting Money - November 1957 - Bill W
The Twelve Traditions - November 1957 - Bill W
A Christmas Greeting - December 1957 - Bill W - seasonal
The Greatest Gift of All - December 1957 - Bill W
The Next Frontier - Emotional Sobriety - January 1958 - Bill W
Problems Other Than Alcohol: What Can Be Done About Them - February 1958 - Bill W
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends.. .On The Alcoholism Front - March 1958 - Bill W - series
Guardian of A.A., Our General Service Conference" - April 1958 - Bill W
Take Step Eleven - June 1958 - Bill W
Let's Make Practical and Spiritual Sense - August 1958 - Bill W
Let Us Read and Thank God - October 1958 - Bill W
Editorial on Traditions - November 1958 - Bill W - column
Christmas Editorial - December 1958 - Bill W - column
Leadership In A.A. Ever a vital need - April 1959 - Bill W
An Anniversary Letter - June 1959 - Bill W
A.A. Communications Can Cross All Barriers - October 1959 - Bill W
The Antidote For Fear-Prudence Trust And Faith - November 1959 - Bill W
Articles related to Bill W., one of AA's cofounders - 1960's
After Twenty-Five Years - March 1960 - Bill W
What Is Freedom In A.A.? - May 1960 - Bill W
Memorial: Father Ed Dowling (To Father Ed Godspeed) - June 1960 - Bill W - obit
Let's Keep It Simple....BUT HOW? - July 1960 - Bill W
Let's Back Them To The Limit - October 1960 - Bill W
Freedom Under God: the choice is ours - November 1960 - Bill W
Christmas greeting (Dear Folks) - December 1960 - Bill W - seasonal
Memorial: Hank G. - December 1960 - Bill W - obit
The Shape of Things to Come - February 1961 - Bill W
The Dilemma Of No Faith - April 1961 - Bill W
Humility for Today - June 1961 - Bill W
This Matter of HONESTY - August 1961 - Bill W
Again at the Crossroads - November 1961 - Bill W
Christmas Greeting (Dear Folks) - December 1961 - Bill W - seasonal
This Matter of FEAR - January 1962 - Bill W
What Is Acceptance? - March 1962 - Bill W
Where Will Power Comes In - May 1962 - Bill W
Spiritual Experiences - July 1962 - Bill W
How The Twelve Steps Were Born - September 1962 - Bill W
The Bill W - Carl Jung Letters - January 1963 - Bill W
Our Critics Can Be Our Benefactors - April 1963 - Bill W
Christmas Greeting (Dear Friends) - December 1963 - Bill W - seasonal
Memorial: Dr. Sam Shoemaker - January 1964 - Bill W - obit
A Message from Bill - May 1964 - Bill W
Bill tells of the Beginning of A.A. - June 1965 - Bill W
In A.A.'s Thirtieth Year Responsibility is our Theme - July 1965 - Bill W
Memorial: G. (The Passing of G) - November 1965 - Bill W - obit
Christmas Greeting (Christmas Message from Bill) - December 1965 - Bill W - seasonal
Our Great Responsibility - January 1966 - Bill W
Memorial: Ebby (In Remembrance of Ebby) - June 1966 - Bill W - obit
Memorial: Dr. Harry Tiebout - July 1966 - Bill W - obit
Memorial: Sister Ignatia (For Sister Ignatia our everlasting gratitude) - August 1966 - Bill W - obit
Christmas Greeting (Christmas Nineteen Hundred Sixty Six) - December 1966 - Bill W - seasonal
I Stand By The Door - February 1967 - Bill W
A.A.'s Tradition of Self-Support - October 1967 - Bill W
Christmas Greeting (Dear Friends) - December 1967 - Bill W - seasonal
Dr. Jung, Dr. Silkworth and A.A." - January 1968 - Bill W
Christmas Greeting (A Christmas Message From Bill) - December 1968 - Bill W - seasonal
Editorial on The A.A. Grapevine (The Shape of Things to Come . . . and twenty five years later) - June 1969 - Bill W - column
The First World Service Meeting - October 1969 - Bill W
Christmas Greeting (Christmas Greeting From Bill) - December 1969 - Bill W - seasonal
Articles related to Bill W., one of AA's cofounders - 1970's
Memorial: Bernard B. Smith - October 1970 - Bill W - obit
A Full And Thankful Heart - November 1970 - Bill W
Christmas Message (Christmas Message From Bill) - December 1970 - Bill W - seasonal
The First Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - November 1971 - Bill W
The Second Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - December 1971 - Bill W
The Third Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - January 1972 - Bill W
The Fourth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - February 1972 - Bill W
The Fifth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - March 1972 - Bill W
The Sixth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - April 1972 - Bill W
The Seventh Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - May 1972 - Bill W
The Eight Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - June 1972 - Bill W
The Ninth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - July 1972 - Bill W
The Tenth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - August 1972 - Bill W
The Eleventh Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - Part I - September 1972 - Bill W
The Eleventh Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - Part II - October 1972 - Bill W
The Eleventh Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - Part III - November 1972 - Bill W
The Language of the Heart - November 1972 - Bill W
The Twelfth Concept (Bill W.'s Twelve Concepts for World Service) - December 1972 - Bill W
A.A. Tomorrow - November 1973 - Bill W
The Bill W - Yale Correspondence - February 1978 - Bill W
Articles related to Dr. Bob, one of AA's cofounders - 1940's to 1980's
1940's
On Cultivating Tolerance - July 1944 - Dr Bob
The Fundamentals In Retrospect - September 1948 - Dr Bob
Anne S. - July 1949 - obit

1950's
Anne Smith (March 21st, 1881 - June 1st, 1949) - June 1950 - obit
Report For Dr. Bob (First International Conference) - June 1950
There Wasn't Time For a Stitch in Nine - June 1950 - Bill W
Responsibility
Dr. Bob - December 1950 - obit
Your Third Legacy - December 1950 - Dr. Bob and Bill
Christmas Greeting - December 1950 - Dr. Bob and Bill
Memorial Issue On Dr. Bob (intro) - January 1951 - obit
Dr Bob (and start of AA) - January 1951 - Bill W
Dr Bob (bio) - Without heroics ... as he would wish it, this is the story of Dr. Bob, the physician whose 'practice' reached half across the world ... - January 1951
Eulogy (for Dr Bob) - From Dr. Walter F. Tunks, the man who answered the telephone... - January 1951 - obit
Hail and Farewell ...
Dedication - November 1951
In Memoriam And In Thanks - November 1952 - obit
Thus Do I Remember - November 1952 - D.M. - La Jolla, Calif
AA Began over coffee cups in a kitchen in Akron, Ohio... - March 1956

1960's
Dr. Bob's Story - November 1962
Bill tells of the Beginning of AA - June 1965 - Bill W

1970's
Dr. Bob's Last Major Talk - June 1973 - Dr Bob
Dr. Bob - A journey into the past in search of more intimate knowledge of our co-founder - June 1974 - J. W. S. - New Hampshire
Have We Forgotten Dr. Bob's Request? - January 1977 - Paul M. - Riverside, Ill
I Remember Dr. Bob - February 1977 - B. M. B. - Naples, Fla
Dr. Bob-The Man and the Physician - September 1978 - J. G. - Ohio

1980's
Laughter is our best medicine - July 1980
The Good Old Times - June 1985 - Anonymous - Manhattan, N.Y.
General Service Conference related articles - 1940's
A National Plan - Nov 1945 - J.B. - Manhattan, N.Y.
Will A.A. Ever Have a Personal Government - Jan 1947 - Bill W
Why Can't We Join A.A, Too? - Oct 1947 - Bill W
The Fundamentals In Retrospect - Sep 1948 - Dr. Bob
General Service Conference related articles - 1950's
A.A. is not big business - Nov 1950 - Bill W
Your Third Legacy - Dec 1950 - Dr. Bob and Bill
The Chairman discusses the Grapevine - Jun 1951
Conference Postscripts - Jun 1951
Conference Report, 1st G.S.C. - Jun 1951
Delegate's Impressions - Jun 1951 - various - various
To Serve Is To Live - Jun 1951 - Bill W
We got a new concept of services - Jun 1951
Meet The Non-Alcoholic Trustees - Nov 1951 - Bill W
Services Make A.A. Tick - Nov 1951 - Bill W
The Vision of Tomorrow - Jan 1952 - Bill W
2nd General Service Conference - Jun 1952
3rd General Service Conference Faces Full Agenda - Jan 1953
Inventory of 1952 - Jan 1953
3rd General Service Conference of A.A. - Jun 1953
Capsule Comments From 3rd GSC - Jun 1953
The Conference, A.A. and Society - Aug 1953 - Bernard Smith
Editorial - Aug 1953 - column
Thus We Grow - Sep 1953 -
1953 and the Alcoholic - Jan 1954
A.A.'s Three Legacies - Mar 1954
Are We Forgetting The Millions Who Still Don't Know - Apr 1954 - Anon - Mass.
Groups Schedule Pre-Conference Discussions - Apr 1954
4th General Service Conference of A.A. - Jun 1954
The Lost Commandment The Dictionary and A.A. - Jun 1954 - Bernard Smith
AA's 3rd Legacy, Our Final Great Decision - Jun 1954 - Bill W
A Letter to the Groups from Bill (re discounts) - Jul 1954 - Bill W
The Hand of the Fellowship in Hospitals and Prisons - Aug 1954 - Eve
A.A. Worldwide - Sep 1954
Our Relations with the Public - Oct 1954 - Marian
The Significance of St. Louis - Apr 1955 - Bill W
How A.A.'s World Services Grew- Part 1- - May 1955 - Bill W
How A.A.'s World Services Grew- Part 2 - - Jun 1955 - Bill W
What Is The Third Legacy? - Part 3 - - Jul 1955 - Bill W
AA's Co-Founder Asks Fellowship to Take-Over - Aug 1955
The Conference - Then and Now - Aug 1955 - Al S. - Little Neck, L.I.
The night visitors - Aug 1955
How one Drunk Helps another on a worldwide scale - May 1956 - H. A. M. - New York, N.Y
The Oldtimer in the Back Row Speaks Up (page 2) - May 1956 - M.E.S. - New York, N.Y.
A.A. At Work - Jun 1956
A.A. At Work - Jun 1957
Conference Gleanings - Jun 1957
Where to Begin - Jun 1957 - GV Staff - N.Y.
Delegates' Corner - Aug 1957 - various - various - column
Delegates' Corner - Sep 1957 - Paul G. - San Rafael, Calif - column
Delegates' Corner - Dec 1957 - Pete W. - Gahanna, Ohio - column
Postscript from Hazel (page 2) - Dec 1957 - Hazel R.
A.A.'s Structure And Services - Jan 1958
Across the Editor's Desk, Tempus Fugit - Apr 1958
Guardian of A.A., Our General Service Conference - Apr 1958 - Bill W
Welcome Panel 8 - Apr 1958 - H. W.
Give My Regards to New York - May 1958 - Jim K.
AA's Group Conscience in Action - Jun 1958
A Year Later - Jun 1958 - Bud S. - San Diego, Calif
Delegates' Corner - Jul 1958 - Alf S. - Wilder, Minn - column
Delegates Corner - Aug 1958 - various - various - column
Let's Make Practical and Spiritual Sense - Aug 1958 - Bill W
Delegates Corner - Sep 1958 - various - various - column
How A.A. Works: Loosely Knit - Closely Related - Mar 1959 - editors
The Structure and Services of A.A. [chart] - Mar 1959
General Service Conference and You - Apr 1959 - Lyb
A.A. in Action - Jul 1959
The Antidote For Fear - Nov 1959 - Bill W
General Service Conference related articles - 1960's
Decade of Service - May 1960 - Lyb
A.A. in Action - Jul 1960
Let's Keep It Simple... .But How? - Jul 1960 - Bill W
8 in 83 (women delegates) - Aug 1960 - R. B.
The General Service Conference and You - Apr 1961 - Lyb
Give a Lot, Get a Lot! - Apr 1961 - B. S. - Vancouver, B. C.
Happiness is a By Product (page 2) - Apr 1961 - W. H. - Columbus, Ohio
Conference Report - Jul 1961
Again at the Crossroads - Nov 1961 - Bill W
The General Service Conference and You - Apr 1962 - Ann M
Conference Report - Jul 1962
The Happiness Part - Nov 1962 - Bernard Smith
What's This Delegate Business? - Mar 1963 - E. & M. - Manhattan, N. Y.
Conference News Flash - Jun 1963
1964 Conference -Practicing These Principles - Apr 1964 - Eve M
The Deacon and the Delegate - May 1964 - Anon
Unity, A Life Saving Commodity - Aug 1964 - C. R. D. - Edmonton, Alberta
A.A. Begins At Home - Apr 1965 - M. C. - Pleasantville, N. Y.
Around AA "Our Group Conscience" - Jun 1965 - various - various - column
Our Great Responsibility - Jan 1966 - Bill W
About the new Trustees Program - Jan 1966 - Editors
Trustees Program for Structuring the Gen Serv Brd - Jan 1966 - John L. Norris. M.D.
Q & A Trustees Program - Jan 1966
On Being Friendly with Our Friends - Feb 1966 - editors
Voice of A.A. or Rubber Stamp? - May 1966 - J. M. - Carmichael, Calif
1966 GSC, A Vote For Responsibility - Jul 1966
I Won the Boxing Gloves - May 1967 - C. D. - El Monte, Calif
Around AA - Jul 1967 - column
Around AA "Unity" - Apr 1968 - various - various - column
Around AA - May 1968 - various - various - column
Around AA - Aug 1968 - various - various - column
Around AA-Conference Focuses on Our Gp Conscience - Jun 1969 - column
Around AA - Jul 1969 - various - various - column
General Service Conference related articles - 1970's
Around AA - Jun 1970 - column
A.A.'s General Service Conference - May 1971 - R. K. - Washington, D.C.
Around AA - Jul 1971 - various - various
First Concept - Nov 1971 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Second Concept - Dec 1971 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Third Concept - Jan 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Fourth Concept - Feb 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Fifth Concept - Mar 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Sixth Concept - Apr 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Seventh Concept - May 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Eighth Concept - Jun 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Around AA - Jul 1972 - Box 459 - column
Ninth Concept - Jul 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Tenth Concept - Aug 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Eleventh Concept - Part I - Sep 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Eleventh Concept - Part 2 - Oct 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Eleventh Concept - Part 3 - Nov 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Twelfth Concept - Dec 1972 - Bill W - series on Concepts
Around AA - Aug 1973 - column
Around AA - Aug 1974 - column
Around AA - Aug 1975 - column
Around AA - Aug 1976 - column
Around AA - Aug 1977 - column
Around AA - Aug 1978 - column
How and Why A.A. Grows - Aug 1978 - R. P. - Riverside, Conn
Dollars and Sense - Sep 1978 - J. W. - Washington, D.C.
Are We Letting Others Do Our Work? - Dec 1978 - H. R. - Miami, Fla
Service Is The Reason - Jun 1979 - M. C. - Winnipeg, Man.
Around AA - Aug 1979 - column
Anonymity - Oct 1979 - R. A. - Kansas City, Mo
General Service Conference related articles - 1980's
Around AA - Aug 1980 - column
Around AA - Aug 1981 - column
The Spiritual Substance - Aug 1981 - D. H. - Wilmington, Del
Around AA - Aug 1982 - column
Around AA - Aug 1983 - column
As Different As We Choose to Be (page 1) - May 1984 - D.G. - Huntington Beach, Calif - AA and Drug Addicts Series
Do We Need Protection (page 3) - May 1984 - B. L. - Clinton, Tenn - AA and Drug Addicts Series
Identification Is the Key (page 5) - May 1984 - J. L. - East Point, Ga - AA and Drug Addicts Series
Perspective from the Past (page 3) - May 1984 - H. T. - Manhattan, N.Y. - AA and Drug Addicts Series
Around AA - Aug 1984 - column
Around AA - Aug 1985 - column
Around AA - Aug 1986 - column
Anonymity at the Public Level: What's at Issue? - Sep 1986 - E. G. - Manhattan, N.Y. - AAs Future Our Responsibility series
Fulfilling Our Primary Purpose (page 1) - Sep 1986 - H. M. - Bellaire, Tex - AAs Future Our Responsibility series
Why Have a Home Group (page 2) - Sep 1986 - R. B. - Neosho, Mo - AAs Future Our Responsibility series
Around AA - Aug 1987 - column
Around AA -38th Conf Looks at Singleness of Purpose - Jul 1988 - column
The Next Fifty Years - Inside and Out - Jul 1988 - W.J. Estelle, Jr.
Where Do We Go From Here? - Oct 1988 - Joan K. Jackson
Around AA - Aug 1989 - column
General Service Conference related articles - 1990's
Around AA - Aug 1990 - column
A.A.'s First General Service Conference: A Retrospective - May 1991 - Fragments of History series
Around AA - Aug 1991 - column
A Labor of Love - Sep 1991 - Anon - US
A Learning Experience - Sep 1991 - Elizabeth E. - Tulsa, Okla
Around AA - Aug 1992 - column
Exploring Anonymity - Dec 1992 - Anon - New York, N.Y. - Fragments of History series
Around AA - Aug 1993 - column
A Butterfly in Beijing - Nov 1993 - Michael Alexander
Around AA [on Circle and Triangle] - Dec 1993 - column
Around AA - Aug 1994 - column
Coming of Age - May 1995
It Doesn't Happen By Itself - May 1995
Around AA - Aug 1995 - column
Substantial Unanimity in the Conference Process (page 3) - Aug 1995 - Gerry F. - Humboldt, Sask.
Around AA - Aug 1996 - column
Around AA - Aug 1997 - column
Grapevine - Vol. I, No. 1, June, 1944 to Vol. I, No. 7, December, 1944.
Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 1, JUNE, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Two Yale Savants Stress Alcoholism as True Disease - Howard W. Haggard and E. M. Jellinek, New Haven, Connecticut
 Grapevine in Bow

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 2, JULY, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Charming is the Word for Alcoholics - Fulton Oursler
 Research Council

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Alcoholics Give Famous Producer Moving Experience - Arthur Hopkins
 Lives and Man-Hours Saved by Coast A.A.

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Philip Wylie Jabs a Little Needle into Complacency -Philip Wylie
 Bill's Comments On Wylie Ideas, Hunches - Bill W.

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Committee for Education on Alcoholism Historic Event - Dwight Anderson

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 6, NOVEMBER, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 The Meditations of Old Mr. Perelman on "Dynamic Drunks" - S. J. Perelman
 Jerseyites Buy Big Sociable Clubhouse

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1944 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Bill's Wife Remembers When He and She and the First A.A.'s Were Very Young - Lois Wilson
Grapevine - Vol. I, No. 8, January, 1945 to Vol. II, No. 7, December, 1945.
Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Bill Cunningham, Top-Flight Columnist Likes Being an A.A. "Side-Line Rooter" - Bill Cunningham, Columnist, The Boston Herald, Boston, Massachusetts

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Dr. Powdermaker Discusses the Role of a Psychiatrist in Alcoholics Anonymous - Florence Powdermaker, M.D.
 Medical Wards Now for N.Y. Alcoholics

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 10, MARCH, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Dr. Sam Parker of Kings County Suggest "Criteria for A.A. Work in Hospitals" - Sam Parker, M. D., Chief of the Psychiatric Division, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 11, APRIL, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Big Light can be Shed on Alcoholism If AAs Fill This In and Return to Grapevine - (questionnaire)

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 12, MAY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Jack Alexander of Sat Eve Post Fame Thought A.A.'s Were Pulling His Leg - Jack Alexander, The Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pa.
 Memo to All June Subscribers - The Grapevine Staff

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 1, JUNE, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Prescription for Sobriety - (Editor's Note: In the opinion of the stuff, the importance of the following interview lies in the fact that it represents the deductions of a man who is in the unique position of being able to appraise A. A. as both an "insider" and an "outsider, " as both an old friend of A.A. and an M.D. who began working with alcoholics long before A. A, was conceived. )
 10th Birthday Celebrations

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 2, JULY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Epic Gathering Marks Tenth Anniversary
 Where the AA Beacon Was Lit

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Modesty One Plank for Good Public Relations - Bill W.
 If You Move

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Postwar Challenge: How to Help the Veteran? - A. T., Manhattan (Editor's Note: The war's end is only the beginning of a personal struggle for some of the men now coming home. This article is by one member of A. A., a veteran of the last war, who began his own drinking career largely as a result of boredom with readjustment to civilian life and because he missed the Army comradeship. It is a brief treatment of a complex subject and any ideas or comments from Grapevine readers will be welcomed by the staff.)
 School at Yale Mecca for Many with Same Aim

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Evidence on the Sleeping Pill Menace - (To be continued in the November issue)
 Pills and 12th Step Work - L. M. D. (Editor's Note: The following was written by an M.D. who also is an A.A.)

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 6, NOVENBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility? - R. F. S., Monlclair, N. J.
 The Grapevine, Adopted as National Periodical, Will Be Made Larger

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1945 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Merry Christmas to Everyone!—And It Can Be - Abbott T., Manhattan
 The Lord's Prayer
Grapevine - Vol. II, No. 8, January, 1946 to Vol. III, No. 7, December, 1946.
Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 With Humility and Charity, What Greatness Is Impossible? - H. A. R., Eau Claire, Wis.

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Search in Personal Data for Key to "Slips"

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 10, MARCH, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Our Anonymity Is Both Inspiration and Safety - Bill W.

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 11, APRIL, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Mental Sobriety Means Spotting Danger Signals - Fannie L., Manhattan
 Excess Baggage

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 12, MAY, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Re-creation of Personality Possible Through Training - R. F. S., Montclair, N. J.
 Rapid Growth Reported From Western Canada
 33 New Groups Added In Less Than a Month

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 1, JUNE, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Growing Pains Here and Abroad
 March of Time Film
 The Use of Confession - (Cardinal Newman) Reprinted in part by request.

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 2, JULY, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Habit Formation in a New Personality - R.F.S., Montclair, N. J. (Final article in a trilogy on personality integration. The first article, "What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility?" appeared in the November, 1945, issue; the second, "Re-creation of Personality Possible Through Training," appeared in the May, 1946, issue.—Ed.)
 Veterans of Two Wars Find Help in Own Hospital Group - Fred S., Manhattan

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 What Are the Enemies of Peace of Mind? - Don G., Jacksonville, Fla.
 Chicago Assures Yearlings a Part on the Platform
 Minneapolis Record Indicates 75% Are Successful in A.A.

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Looking at Myself, After Six Months in A. A. - B. C., Tucson, Arzi.
 It Can Happen to Anybody!

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Women in A.A. Face Special Problems - Grace O., Manhattan

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 6, NOVEMBER, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Sobriety Makes the Price of a Drink Too High - Tom D., Grand Rapids, Mich.
 A Christmas Gift
 More From Bill

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1946 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Miracle at Christmas — a Man Re-born - (WOULD you say that a man who had been drinking for months, who had wound up in a flop house in such shape he could not get out of bed and whose "entire frame shook with convulsive-like tremors"—would you say that man could get up the following morning "clear eyed, his complexion good and ... perfectly poised?" Of course not. But that's what happened in Chicago one Christmas five years ago. Following is an account of the strange happening, written by an A.A. member of the Chicago Group.)
 Lord's Prayer
Grapevine - Vol. III, No. 8, January, 1947 to Vol. IV, No. 7, December, 1947.
Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Doctor Calls "Slip" More Normal than Alcoholic - by Dr. William Duncan Silkworth
 Alcoholic Ills and A. A. Compared to Mankind - (Editor's Note—The following is quoted from a talk delivered by Dr. Ervin Scale of New York City, president of the International New Thought Alliance.)
 Ruts Are Mixed In Phone Calls To A.A. and AAA - (Editor's Note—The following trial and tribulation story is reprinted from a recent issue of the Pittsburgh Pa.] Post-Gazette.)

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A Word to the Wise A.A. Parent - (Editor's Note: The following was written by an A.A.'s 21-year-old daughter who was at first skeptical but now has seen how A.A. works.)
 Who Uses All Those Sleeping Tablets - From the N. Y. Herald-Tribune

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 10, MARCH, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Remembering a Girl—Defeated Except Once - C. F. McD., Arlington, Va.
 Roundup In Texas Set for June 16-18
 ' Siwash' Ranchers Work Out Unique 12th Step Technique - Ted M., Denman Island, British Columbia

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 11, APRIL, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Will, Through A. A., Fosters Spiritual Grace - R. F. S., Montclair, N. J. - "The fact is that most alcoholics . . . have lost the power of choice in drink. Our so-called will power becomes practically non-existent . . . We are without defense against the first drink." (Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 35).
 Mexico City Group Welcomes Visitors - L. J., Mineola, N. Y.
 Newspaper Series Helps Growth in Bermuda

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 12, MAY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Our Blessings Prove Real Miracle of A.A. - E. B., Chicago, Ill.
 Family Groups Make Headway In California
 You Can Take It With You!
 NOTICE, CORRESPONDENTS!

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 1, JUNE, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Sedatives Easy, and Deadly, Too - Bill H., Victoria, B. C. - (The author of the following article is both an M.D., and an A.A., and thus writes with the conviction of both professional and personal observation, — Ed.)
 Juneau, Alaska, Among New Groups

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 2, JULY, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Happy Vacation, With a Few Safeguards
 Iceland and Sweden Now Have AA Groups
 Where'd You Hide It? [contest]

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Many Studies Aid Education on Alcoholism
 Put and Take - (The following points were set forth by a member of the Salisbury, N. C. Group).
 Johannesburg Joins Overseas A.A. List

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Clinics to Highlight Convention in Memphis
 If You Can't Phone - D. G., New Rochelle, N. Y.
 None So Blind - Idabel O., Temple City, Calif.

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Traditions Stressed by Bill in Memphis Talk - Bill W.
 Frisco Family Group Sums Up Purposes
 Norwegian Group Among New Ones

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 6, NOVEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Group Meetings Grow, and So Do Expenses - H. J. W., Long Bench, Calif. - (Are the expenses of large group meetings becoming a burden? Can they be distributed more equitably? Or can they be reduced? Here is what one A.A. thinks would help.—Ed.)
 Delayed En Route
 One World In the Mail

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 'Tis the Night Before Christmas - - - T. D. Y.
Grapevine - Vol. IV, No. 8, January, 1948 to Vol. V, No. 3, August, 1948.
Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 The Seven Freedoms of the New Way of Life - (The above is a copy of a speech given at an open district meeting at Brewton, Alabama, October 30, 1947, and repeated at Mobile, Alabama, November 10, 1947, by Bill M. - Editor)
 GREAT EXPECTATIONS: A New Year's Greeting - From Dr. Bob and Bill

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Calls For Restatement of A.A. Purposes - J. F. H., San Diego, Calif.
 Today's Thought

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 10, MARCH, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 The Saga of a Coat That "Belongs" to A.A. - E. W., Akron, Ohio

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 11, APRIL, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Expenses of Speakers Pose Problem - (The problem of expenses for out-of-town A.A. speakers is being discussed by groups throughout the country, according to letters received by The A.A. Grapevine. The following letter—quoted in its entirety—was received on March 4)

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 12, MAY, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 A. A. Is Bridge to Happy Living - Dr. Harry M. Thiebout, New York, N.Y., physician in charge of Blythwood Hospital, Old Greenwich, Conn.
 Convention Dates Set

Grapevine, VOL. V, NO. 1, JUNE, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer - D. T., New Orleans, La.

Grapevine, VOL. V, NO. 2, JULY, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Groups Form World-Wide Chain of A. A. Philosophy
 Group Has Come-back System - Members Draw Wages from Finance Committee until Confidence Returns

Grapevine, VOL. V, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1948 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

 Those Depressions—Make Them Work for Good! - M. N., New York, N. Y.
 ANNOUNCEMENT: We are happy to announce A Pocket Sized A.A. Grapevine... - The A.A. Grapevine Editors
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1944
Grapevine In Bow - June 1944
The Shape of things to come - June 1944 - Editorial - Bill W.
Corporation Meets - June 1944
Central Committee - June 1944
Central Office Notes - June 1944 - Bill W.
Do You Know? What the Purpose of the Foundation Is - June 1944
AA Goes to Sea - June 1944
Bucolic Notes - June 1944
Bills Trip South - July 1944
The Brooklyn Group Works Closely With Hospital Patients - July 1944
On Matters of Grapevine Policy - September 1944 - Editorial - The Editors
Committee for Education on Alcoholism Historic Event, Says Dwight Anderson - October 1944 - Dwight Anderson (Director of Public Relations, Medical Society of the State of New York)
Marty Interviewed on Committee - October 1944 - Felicia G.
CENTRAL OFFICE NOTES: A Date With Destiny? - October 1944 - Bill W.
Jerseyites Buy Big Socialable Clubhouse - November 1944
Bill's Wife Remembers when He and She and The First A.A.'s Were Very Young - Dec 1944 - Bill's wife, Lois Wilson
The New York Press Reports A.A. Dinner - December 1944
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1945
Points of View: Arkansas Style - January 1945 - Bud G., Little Rock, Arkansas
How 14 California Groups Grew to 22 - January 1945 - Frank S., Los Angeles, California
War Gave Florida Group Flying Start - January 1945 - J.L.A., Jacksonville, Florida
In Texas, Women Too, Are Wonderful - January 1945 - Merle S., Dallas, Texas
Granite Vermont opens its Heart to A.A. - January 1945 - "Monty" and Ted K., Montpelier, Vermont
Located in New York, Cosmopolitan Club to Serve All A.A.'s - January 1945
Mail Call for All A.A.'s in the Armed Forces - January 1945
Hospitalization in Akron Model for A.A. - February 1945 - Dick S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Medical Wards Now for N.Y. Alcoholics - February 1945 - series on hospitalization
Tampa's First Birthday - March 1945 - Mary S.
Dayton has interesting Hospital Record - March 1945 - William M. M., Dayton, Ohio
Philadelphia Story on Hospitalization - March 1945 - Winslow T., Philadelphia, Pa.
10th Birthday Celebrations - Jun 1945
Educational Plan - Jun 1945 - Dick W., St. Louis, Mo.
Where the AA. Beacon Was Lit - July 1945
Epic Gathering Marks Tenth Anniversary - July 1945 - John J. Cleveland, Ohio
The Grapevine: Past, Present and Future - July 1945 - Bill W.
History Offers Good Lesson for A.A. (Washingtonians) - July 1945
Shelby Group Helps Carolinian Find Himself - August 1945 - W.B. McL, Shelby, N.C.
A.A. Inspires Formation of "The Seekers Prisoners" Rehabilitation Group - August 1945
Rochester Prepares Novices for Group Participation - September 1945 - M.L. Genesee Group, Rochester, N.Y.
Chicago's Neighborhood Groups, Key to Simplicity in a Metropolitan Area - October 1945 - E. T.
The Book Is Born - October 1945 - Bill W.
First Southern Regional Meet Set for Oct. 8 - October 1945
The Grapevine Adopted as National Periodical, Will Be Made Larger - November 1945
St. Paul's Four Discussion Groups, A Method of Outlining A.A. to New Members - December 1945 - L.S.L., St. Paul, Minn.
A.A. at Work for the Seamen - December 1945 - Bill F.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1946
A.A. Ward at Knickerbocker Proves Success - February 1946 - J.G., Manhattan
Twelve Suggested Points for AA Tradition - April 1946 - Bill W.
Rapid Growth Reported From Western Canada - May 1946
New York City Sets Up "Clearing House" - May 1946
Growing Pains Here and Abroad - June 1946
Trustee Vote Fixes Policy On Gift Funds - June 1946 - Bill W.
A.A. Discussed on "We, the People" Program - June 1946 - (Marty M. explaines Alcoholics Anonymous and the work of the National Committee for Education on Alcoholism)
Veterans of Two World Wars Find Help in Own Hospital Group - July 1946 - Fred S., Manhattan
The Individual In Relation to A.A. as a Group - July 1946 - Bill W.
Chicago Assures Yearlings a Parton The Platform - August 1946
"Down Under" A.A.'s Report Steady Growth (Australia) - October 1946
12th Annual Banquet To Be Held At Commodore Hotel - October 1946
Trustees Issue Statement on Fund Raising - October 1946 - The Trustees of The Alcoholic Foundation
Moochers Down-Under - November 1946 - Sydney, Australia, R.A.
Little Rock Group 'Mothers' Southwest - November 1946
What So You Think About Youth Group In Philadelphia? - November 1946
1,700 A.A.'s and Friends Attend Annual Dinner - December 1946
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1947
Roundup In Texas Set for June 16-18 - March 1947
Mexico City Group Welcomes Visitors - April 1947 - L.J., Mincola. N.Y.
Clubs In A.A. Are They With Us to Stay? - April 1947 - Bill W.
Intergroup Office Handles Inquiries For New York Area - April 1947
Dr. Silkworth Honored By New York A.A.'s - May 1947
Hollywood Party Aids Building Fund - May 1947
Adequate Hospitalization... One Great Need - May 1947 - Bill W. - series on hospitalization
National Roundup In Texas Cancelled - May 1947
Newspaper Series Helps Growth In Bermuda - June 1947
One In A Million In All London - June 1947
Hope Is Born for the Hopeless Behind Doors of State Hospital - June 1947 - Forrest Hills, N. Y., M.M.
Lack of Money Proved A.A. Boon - June 1947 - Bill W.
No A.A. Movie - June 1947
Southeastern Conference Will Be Held in Memphis - June 1947
NEWS CIRCUIT: Institution Feels A.A. Effect - June 1947
Book Publication Proved Discouraging Venture - July 1947 - Bill W.
Austin Entertains At State Meeting - August 1947
Cleveland Is Host To 400 Visitors - August 1947 - H.W.D., Cleveland
Last Seven Years Have Made AA Self-Supporting - August 1947 - Bill W.
Little Rock Plan Gives Prospects Close Attention - September 1947 - G. H. B., Little Rock, Ark.
Rochester, Minn. Group Marks First Anniversary - September 1947 - W.C.H.
Annual N.Y. Dinner To Be Held Nov. 6 - September 1947
Clinics to Highlight Convention in Memphis - September 1947
Texans Travel Far To Get Their A.A. - October 1947
Dr. Peale Addresses 13th Annual Banquet - December 1947
Prison Group a Year Old - December 1947 - Salt Lake City, Utah, W.W.
New A.A. Booklet Mailed (Traditions) - December 1947
Hold Vermont All-State Dinner - December 1947
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1948
No Froth on the Tea At Dublin's First Birthday - January 1948 - Dublin, Ireland, S.M.
Western New York Groups Plan Two-Day Seminar - January 1948
Anchorage, Alaska Now Boasts a Group - February 1948 - Anchorage, Alaska - J.R.B.
Bill Starts A.A. Tour - February 1948
Frisco's "Derelicts" Mark Year of Sobriety - March 1948 - San Francisco - O.K.P.
Over 300 at Anniversary (St. Nicholas Group, N.Y.) - April 1948
P.O. Box 459 is International Hub - April 1948
NEWS CIRCUIT: New Group in Federal Prison (McNeil Island, Puget Sound) - April 1948
Convention Dates Set - May 1948
Akron, Ohio Marks A.A. 13th Anniversary With Large Turnout - July 1948 - Akron, Ohio
How Did A.A. Begin (1 of 3) - September 1948 - series giving a condensed history of A.A.
The Alcoholic Foundation Was Brimming With Hope (2 of 3) - October 1948 - series giving a condensed history of A.A.
The A.A. Movement Gains Public Recognition (3 of 3) - November 1948 - series giving a condensed history of A.A.
Editorial: A Request and an Apology - December 1948 - Bill W.
The A.A. Gragevine: - the story of your magazine - December 1948
A.A.'s 14th Anniversary - December 1948
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1949
The Helmsmen Club - January 1949 - New York, N. Y., -T.J.F.
London Calling-- - February 1949 - London, England, -L.T.
--And South Africa - February 1949 - Durban, Natal, Union of South Africa, -R.G.M.
A New Group (Molokai, Kalaupapa) - June 1949 - Honolulu, Hawaii, G.W.
Anne S. (death notice) - July 1949 - Bill W.
Calling A.A. Doctors ! - July 1949 - C.R.P. Box 27, Cape Vincent, N.Y.
The A.A. Grapevine, Not So Much Changed As -- CHANGING - September 1949
Tradition Week, A Suggestion For Thanksgiving - November 1949 - Bill W.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1950
The Serenity Prayer...it's origin is traced... - January 1950
It Might Have Been the Time - February 1950 - Lois Wilson
Of Interest to You - April 1950 - Bill W.
Intergroup of New York Sets a Precedent - April 1950
Headquarters Highlights - April 1950
First International Conference - A Report for Dr. Bob - June 1950 - "Since all the fireworks in Cleveland come July 28-30 will be in celebration of Dr. Bob's 15th anniversary—and the birth of AA itself—and since Dr.Bob, at the time this is being written, is recovering in St.Thomas Hospital in Akron—we're addressing this Conference report to him personally! It will, we're sure, make excellent reading for a speedy convalescence."
Anne Smith (March 21st, 1881—June 1st, 1949) - June 1950 - "She greeted strangers, and listened for their names."
Headquarters Highlights - June 1950 - Moving Day At Headquarters
Headquarters Highlights - July 1950 - Bill and Lois in Europe
Original Clipping (Serenity Prayer) - July 1950
Headquarters Highlights - August 1950 - column
Headquarters Highlights - September 1950 - column
Editorial: We Come of Age - September 1950 - Bill W. - Cleveland July 28-30, 1950
Headquarters Highlights - October 1950 - column
Headquarters Highlights - November 1950 - column
Dr. Bob - December 1950 - death notice
Headquarters Highlights - December 1950 - column
On Anonymity - December 1950 - Dr. Leonard V. Strong, Jr.
Your Third Legacy - December 1950 - Dr. Bob and Bill
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1951
METROPOLIS, The super 25¢ tour of AA in THE BIG CITY- February 1951
EDITORIAL: Out of Blood, Sweat and Tears - February 1951 - The New York Intergroup Association
New York's long, hard road to Hospital Facilities - February 1951
Small office • Big job! - February 1951 - General Service Headquarters - from Australia to Aroostook County
Survival of the Fittest. . . 24 HOUR CLUB - February 1951 --upstairs the drink is coffee or coke--
The world's first . . . Club House for Drunks! - February 1951
Low Bottom or High Bottom . . . Twelve Step Workshops - February 1951 - Two experiments that do raise bottoms up! also:
Twelfth Step ... with stripes ... the AA helping hand reaches through iron bars in ... NEW YORK CITY PRISON PROGRAM
Dr. William Duncan Silkworth - (1873 - 1951) - April 1951 - obit
Headquarters Highlights - April 1951 - (The Alcoholic Foundation—A.A. "Headquarters"—is in effect a general service board for the AA movement. It publishes the book Alcoholics Anonymous, maintains the General Service Office in New York, guarantees the financial and traditional integrity of The A.A. Grapevine, and is responsible for AA public relations at the national and international level. Address: The Alcoholic Foundation, P.O.Box 459, Grand Central Annex, New York 17, New York)
Family Groups Have New Post Office Box - April 1951
The Little Doctor Who Loved Drunks (Dr. William Duncan Silkworth, 1873 - 1951) - May 1951 - + REFLECTIONS
AA Under The Mapleleaf - May 1951 - Canada
Ontario, Windsor - May 1951 — R. O. H., Windsor, Ontario
AA in Toronto - May 1951
Quebec, French Without Tears - May 1951 — C. C., Montreal, Quebec
AA in Halifax - May 1951
The Maritimers . . . - May 1951
Nova Scotia - May 1951 — C. C., Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
The Prairie Provinces - May 1951 — H. A. H., Regina, Saskatchewan
Winnipeg - May 1951 — T. C., Winnipeg, Manitoba
Calgary Stampede - May 1951
Pacific Provinces - May 1951
Vancouver - May 1951
EDITORIAL: To Serve Is To Live - June 1951 - Bill W. - 1st GSC
Conference Report - June 1951
Headquarters Highlights - July 1951 - column
AA in Chicago - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Early History - Women - Hospitals - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Here's How - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Evolution - September 1951
AA in Chicago - September 1951 - Partial View of The Thousand or so AA's Who Gather Every Tuesday Night at Engineering Building Auditorium
AA in Chicago - Group Meetings - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Prisons - September 1951
AA in Chicago - The Central Office - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Down Beat - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Sunday Morning Breakfast - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Wives - September 1951
AA in Chicago - Early Member - The Negro In AA - September 1951
Headquarters Highlights - October 1951 - column
Meet The Non-Alcoholic Trustees - November 1951 - Bill W.
1951 Lasker Award (photo) - November 1951 - "Formal recognition of AA's success in treating alcoholism as an illness and in blotting out its social stigma."
Health Group Honors Alcoholics Anonymous - December 1951 - 1951 Lasker Award Presented For "Distinguished Service" by American Public Health Association
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1952
Milestones For Millions Who Do Not Yet Know.... - January 1952
AA in Los Angeles - February 1952 - "STRAIGHT OUT OF THE "BIG BOOK" AND OPEN MINDED AS A BARN DOOR — THAT'S L.A.'s AA"
AA in Oakland and East Bay - February 1952
AA in San Francisco (photo) - February 1952 - On Telegraph Hill. . . in the Community Center the first meeting took place ,
AA in San Francisco - February 1952
California Interlude - February 1952 - "DURING THE INTERMISSION BETWEEN THE CASE HISTORIES OF TWO EARLY SETTLERS THE GRAPEVINE OFFERS A SNACK BAR OF STATISTICS, SIDE TRIPS AND SIDELIGHTS . . . "
Northern California Council - San Quentin Prison - February 1952
May We Speak Please??? - March 1952
AA General Service Conference - June 1952 - "Memo To The Folks Back Home"
AA On The Potomac (Washington DC) - June 1952 — Anonymous, Washington, D.C.
Welcome to Finland! - July 1952 — V.K., Helsinki, Finland
EDITOR'S NOTE: (Prison Listings) - October 1952
In Memoriam And In Thanks (Dr. Bob)- November 1952 - obit
For Christmas . . . some AA history . . . - December 1952
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1953
In Memory of Bobbie B. (death notice) - April 1953 - By Bill W
Special Announcement - May 1953 - (Editor's Note: As promised last month, we are pleased to bring you a special advance notice from General Service Headquarters announcing publication of Bill's new book, "The Twelve Steps and the Twelve Traditions." The Traditions appeared serially in The Grapevine in the past twelve issues.)
How Many AAs - May 1953 - Our "semi-official" 18th birthday report
A Grapevine Milestone Report Conference - 3rd GSC - June 1953
A Fragment of History (writing the Steps) - July 1953 - Bill W
AAs Meet in First European Round-up - November 1953 - Although space limitations do not permit us to report the many exciting AA regional conferences around the country, we are making an exception in the story of the very first AA conference on the European continent. The report is by an on-the-spot participant. - E. H., Wiesbaden, Germany
A Group Is Born South of the Border (Mexico) - November 1953 - Ray R., Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1954
Another Fragment of History (Akron Cleveland) - February 1954 - Bill W - column - Because a tribute from all of Alcoholics Anonymous was due, Bill made a special trip to Cleveland to attend this particular meeting which he describes below. but he wishes us to say for him, with regret, that this does not mean he is once more available for general travel and speaking.
How AA Came to Eire - March 1954 - Excerpt from an anonymous article in "The Furrow," an Irish Catholic publication
New Pamphlets Ready - April 1954
courage to change the things we can -1944-1954 - June 1954
AA's Third Legacy* Our Final Great Decision: - June 1954 - Bill W 
How It All Began - June 1954 - A. T., New York City
4th General Service Conference of AA 1954 - June 1954 - A Grapevine Milestone Report
One of our early women members reports on AA and the Grapevine . . . The First Ten Years - June 1954 - MM
A Letter to the Groups from Bill - July 1954
A Traveler Reports AA In Norway - July 1954 - H. S., New York City
Should AA Count Noses - July 1954 - An Exploratory Discussion Of The Problem Of Keeping Track Of AA Membership Growth
Letter from An Editor - August 1954 - Al S., Great Neck, L. I.
The Hand of Fellowship in Hospitals and Prisons - August 1954 - The exciting story of AA's growth among men and women in institutions, as told by the Institution Secretary of General Service Headquarters to the 4th General Service Conference in April. - by Eve, formerly Institution Secretary, now "rotated" to a new job
AA Worldwide - September 1954 - A report on AA abroad as presented at the 4th General Service Conference in April, 1954 - Ann M.
He Kept the Faith, Memoriam to Bill D - November 1954 - Bill W - obit
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1955
Why Alcoholics Anonymous is Anonymous - January 1955 - Bill W - Editor's note: delegates to AA's General Service Conference are at present considering the advisability of once more briefing publishers on AA Tradition of anonymity at the public level. (A letter on this subject was mailed to all major newspapers, wire services and radio stations in 1950.)
The Significance of St. Louis, A.A. Comes of Age - April 1955 - Bill W
How AA's World Service Grew (1 of 3) - May 1955 - Bill W
How AA's World Services Grew (2 of 3) - June 1955 - Bill W
Schedule of Meetings, 20th Aniversary Convention of A.A. - June 1955
What is the Third Legacy, World Service • Its Heart (3 of 3) - July 1955 - Bill W - "Recovery, Unity and Service—these are the Three Legacies of our AA experience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern. God, as He may speak in our group conscience, is our sole authority. And World Service is the heart of our Third Legacy."
For Man's Pursuit of Maturity, The New Big Book - July 1955 - M.W., New York City - also see here SOME FACTS ABOUT THE NEW BIG BOOK
AA's Co-founder Asks Fellowship to "Take Over" - August 1955 - Third Legacy Resolution, Adopted by The 20th Anniversary Convention of AA. (This Resolution Authorizes the General Service Conference to Act for Alcoholics Anonymous and to Become the Successor to Its Co-Founders.)
In Memory of Helen - November 1955 - Bill W - obit - Helen B. was buried in Rockland, Massachusetts on Saturday, October 1, following a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Church of the Holy Family in Rockland.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1956
The Birthday Plan - May 1956 - Excerpts from a talk given by the originator of "The Oklahoma Birthday Plan," at the AA State Meeting in Great Bend, Kansas, last fall. - Ab A., Tulsa, Oklahoma
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1957
A Fragment of History And A Tribute (Dr. Hammer) - May 1957 - Bill W - Dr. A. Wiese Hammer, seventy-seven, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, died at Philadelphia December 27th, 1956.
The Grapevine and you - and me. Dear Folks - June 1957 - Bill W
from the Vintage Years - And from the July 1944 issue . . . On Cultivating Tolerance, By Dr. Bob of Akron - June 1957
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... The Psychiatrists - July 1957 - First in A Series By Bill W.
From the scrapbooks and "archives" . . . OCTOBER 1938. - July 1957 - Milestones In AA - GV Staff, N.Y.
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... The Physicians - August 1957 - Second in A Series By Bill W.
From the scrapbooks and "archives" . . . THE YEARS 1939-40. - August 1957 - Milestones In AA
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... The Clergymen - September 1957 - Third in A Series By Bill W.
From AA's Scrapbooks: 1940 - September 1957
Individual Financial Gifts Limited - September 1957 - (Ed. note—Contributions from AA groups form the bulk of financial support of GSH.) Reprinted from "AA Exchange Bulletin"
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends... Press, Radio, Television - October 1957 - Fourth in A Series By Bill W.
From AA's Scrapbooks: 1941 - October 1957 - column
BB of AA, The Ohio Way . . . - October 1957 - Anon., Columbus, Ohio.
From AA's Scrapbooks: 1942 - November 1957 - column
From AA's Scrapbooks: 1943 - December 1957 - column
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1958
From AA's Scrapbook: 1943 (cont.) - February 1958 - column
Let's Be Friendly with our Friends: Friends on the Alcoholism Front - March 1958 - by Bill W.
Guardian of AA, Our General Service Conference - April 1958 - Bill W
AA's Group Conscience in Action - June 1958 - 8th General Service Conference Meets, NO PAPERBACK "BIG BOOK"
Youth Group Disbands - June 1958 - Roy L., Winthrop, Mass.
Let's make practical and spiritual sense— August 1958 - by Bill W. - The 1958 General Service Conference unanimously voted down a proposal for a cheap paperback edition of the Big Book. Believing that all AAs should fully understand why this was done, Bill has asked the Grapevine to reprint portions of a letter he recently wrote an old friend on this long debated topic.
Across the editor's Desk, Let Us Read- —and Thank God - October 1958 - by Bill W.
Editorial by Bill (Gratitude) - November 1958 - Bill W
Christmas Editorial - December 1958 - Bill W
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1959
The Structure and Services of AA - March 1959
An Anniversary Letter from Bill - June 1959
Why Is The Triangle The Symbol of AA? - September 1959 - C. J. M., Greenwich, Conn.
AA Communication Can Cross All Barriers - October 1959 - by Bill W. 
Un-Met Needs, In South Africa - October 1959 - By Alan Paton, Author of "Cry the Beloved Country"
an evening at 39th street - December 1959 - J. N., New Canaan, Conn.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1960
After Twenty-five Years - March 1960 - Bill W
To Father Ed — Godspeed ! - June 1960 - By Bill W. - obit
PROGRAM of the 25th Anniversary Convention AA - June 1960
"LET'S KEEP IT SIMPLE"...BUT HOW? - July 1960 - by Bill W.
Anonymous Slept Here - July 1960 - Anonymous, New York City
Vermont Salutes AA - August 1960
AA's Twenty-fifth Anniversary Celebration, An Eyewitness Report - September 1960 - H. W., Staff Member
Our Pioneers Overseas — Let's Back Them To The Limit - October 1960 - Bill W
A Late Report from France - October 1960 - Title of the series of seventeen articles in Paris newspaper translates into literal English as: "The Newfoundland Dogs of Alcoholism." - Ann M., GSO Staff Member
25th Aniversary Convention, Freedom under God: the choice is ours - November 1960 - Bill W
Dear Folks - December 1960 - Bill W
In Memory of Hank - December 1960 - Bill W - obit
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1961
The Shape of Things To Come - February 1961 - Bill W
Formula For An AA Meeting, in the CLEVELAND Area - August 1961 - From the birthplace of AA come customs that stand the test of time - H. B., West Richfield, Ohio
Formula For An AA Meetinq, in Southern California - September 1961 - Some warm and friendly AA customs have spread from the Golden State - C. A., Los Angeles, Calif.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1962
Doctors In AA - January 1962 - Another in the series of articles about special meetings - B. L., New York City
How That Slogan Started - March 1962 - Q. What is the source of the quotation "There but for the grace of God,
go I"? - From "Why Not Ask," By Rev. James F. Rigney, S.T.D., The Catholic News

How The Twelve Steps Were Born - September 1962 - Bill W
Before They Had AA - October 1962 - How some basic AA ideas were tried out nearly a century and a quarter ago ...
Dr. Bob's Story - November 1962 - In the beginning there were Bill and Bob - Habits are like cork or lead—they tend to keep you up or hold you down. - E. L. M., Honolulu, Hawaii
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1965
We celebrate this month the 30th Anniversary of AA - June 1965 - First there was Bill W . . . then Dr. Bob ... then Bill D ... and then there were thousands.... - Bill tells of the Beginning of AA
An outline of the program for the 30th Anniversary International Convention of Alcoholics Anonymous - June 1965
Foundation of the Fellowship, From Sacramento, Calif.: - June 1965 - J. H.
AA Founders Day in Akron - June 1965
AA in Peru - July 1965 - Enrique T., Barranco, Peru
On the Grapevine — Best of Bill - September 1965 — The Editors
Speakers plead: Don't let success make AA complacent - also, Bill and Lois in Toronto - October 1965 - also, New AA, Al-Anon, publications introduced at the Convention
The Passing of G; - November 1965 - Bill W - obit
Christmas Message from Bill - December 1965
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1966
Our Great Responsibility, The Guidance of AA's World Affairs - January 1966 - by Bill W. - An endorsement of the Trustees' Program for the reshaping of the General Service Board, AA's chief agency for World Services
Unusual and Important! About the new TRUSTEES' PROGRAM - January 1966 - The Editors - also see, Trustees' Program for Structuring the General Service Board As presented to the 1965 General Service Conference by John L. Norris. M.D., Chairman, General Service Board
Trustees Program for Structuring the General Service Board, Q and A - January 1966 - Here are some typical questions asked by AA members about the Trustees' Program which has appeared on the preceding pages, with answers prepared by Dr. Norris, Chairman of the Board
On Being Friendly with Our Friends - February 1966 - Many AA members find themselves occasionally wondering what attitude to take toward workers engaged in other-than-AA programs, and treatment facilities in the field of alcoholism. Each member's choice is of course his own, but as a guide, the 1965 General Service Conference, representing through its elected Delegates the AA Groups of the United States and Canada, issued a recommendation that will prove helpfully clarifying to many members. It is printed below.
In Remembrance of "Ebby" - June 1966 - by Bill W - obit
In Memory of HARRY (Harry M. Tiebout, M.D.) - July 1966 - by Bill W - obit
For Sister Ignatia: our everlasting gratitude - August 1966 - obit - The scroll given to Sister may now be seen at Rosary Hall. This Is the Inscription:...
On the Grapevine — AN INVITATION - August 1966
ONE DAY TWENTY-SIX YEARS AGO . . . The Old 24th Street Clubhouse - October 1966 - E. S., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Christmas, Nineteen Hundred Sixty-Six - December 1966 - Bill W
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1967
In AA's First Five Years - January 1967 - Lois W - Lois W., wife of AA's co-founder, Bill, recalls the time in AA when there were few members and no Big Book. "Things were different," Lois says. And she tells how Al-Anon, which she founded, began ...
'I Stand by the Door' - February 1967 - Bill's recollections of Sam Shoemaker, one of AA's greatest friends; also his comment upon the excellent recently completed biography by Helen Shoemaker called:
Dear Friends (Christmas) - December 1967 - Bill W
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1968
Dr. Jung, Dr. Silkworth and AA - January 1968 - by Bill W., AA's Co-founder - Except for what Dr. Jung told Roland and what Dr. Silkworth told Lois, there might never have been any AA. Bill got the verdict: He was doomed. Unless . . .
Remembering Dr. Bob, From San Mateo, Calif.: - February 1968 - DEWEY S.
Big Book Series, Sober for Thirty Years - May 1968 - Jim B's Story. One of the earliest members of the first
New York AA group, he was also its first "self-proclaimed atheist" - J. B., San Diego, Calif.

AA Celebrates Bill's 34th, October 5 in New York City - September 1968 — L.T.
A Christmas Message From Bill - December 1968
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1969
Care and Treatment of Alcoholics - June 1969 - By Sister Ignatia - An interview delivered in a panel discussion before the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada at Philadelphia in 1951
Father Edward Dowling - June 1969 - "There was the beloved Father Dowling, whose personal inspiration and whose recommendation of AA to the world did so much to make our Society what it is." Bill W. in AA Comes of Age - K. M., Webster Groves, Mo.
Dates in AA History - June 1969
EDITORIAL: The Shape of Things to Come - June 1969 - A facsimile reproduction of Bill W. 's first Grapevine editorial. Vol. 1, No. 1, June, 1944
This Is AA Around the World . . . - October 1969 - An AA Don Quixote on a Spanish Island
Young People in AA Do Their Thing - November 1969 — G. M., Philadelphia, Pa.
CHRISTMAS GREETING From BILL - December 1969
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1970
Scheduled Events - October 1970 - A summary of the happenings at AA's 35th Anniversary Convention
AA's 35th Anniversary International Convention, July 3-5, 1970, at Miami Beach - October 1970 - How It Seemed to One Biased Alcoholic Observer
Bernard B. Smith, 1901-1970 - October 1970 - A tribute from Bill: - obit
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1971
The Washingtonians - February 1971 - A brief history of the organization that grew strong helping suffering alcoholics and then withered away when it lost track of its primary purpose - D. P., Ogden, Utah
Bill W., 1895-1971 - March 1971 - co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous - obit - By permission of the family, Bill's anonymity may be broken at the public level. The Grapevine is maintaining his anonymity as a gesture of unity with our Twelfth Tradition.
Remembering Bill... November 26, 1895–January 24, 1971 - Reprinted from the March 1971 Grapevine, Bill W. memorial issue
ANONYMITY - December 1971 - It is vital that we understand the full implications of anonymity for ourselves and for our Fellowship. The Grapevine presents here a nine-page section continuing the discussion of this most important subject - A message from Bill, delivered by Lois at the New York Intergroup Dinner in celebration of his 36th anniversary
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1972
A History of Horrors - July 1972 - Anonymous, "Out West"
The Language of the Heart - November 1972 - by Bill W.... - From the Grapevine book AA Today, published on the occasion of AA's twenty-fifth anniversary
Pioneering days, From Inglewood, Calif.: - November 1972 - G. E.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1973
Dr. Bob's Last Major Talk - June 1973 - Dr Bob - Here, for the first time in print, we present the last major talk by Dr. Bob, as transcribed from a recording made at Detroit in December 1948.
AA Tomorrow - November 1973 - by Bill W. - Our co-founder sums up after 25 years of AA and looks into the future we are now living
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1974
AA Books for the Blind - April 1974
Dr. Bob - June 1974 - A journey into the past in search of more intimate knowledge of our co-founder - J. W. S., New Hampshire
Thirty Years of Grapevine History, Another Anniversary - June 1974 - The Grapevine has played a vital role in the development and growth of AA - L. H., Denver, Colo.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1975
Early Friend of AA Passes, (Death of Clarace Williams) - May 1975 - obit
That Fabulous Convention! - October 1975 - AA's 40th Anniversary Denver, Colorado • July 4-6, 1975 - J. G., Manhattan, N.Y.
Passing of Jack Alexander, Recalls Early AA Growth - December 1975 - obit
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1976
An Old-Timer Remembers... - January 1976 - One of Bill's last letters expresses, as always, his gratitude - J. D., Wollaston, Mass.
The Washingtonians, A reminder and a warning. - July 1976 - They flourished when they helped one another. And they died when they abandoned certain timeless principles. - D. P., Ogden, Utah
Third Edition of Big Book Is Now in Print - August 1976
You've heard about the Jack Alexander article all your AA life. But have you ever read it? - November 1976 - Alcoholics Anonymous, Freed Slaves of Drink, Now They Free Others - By Jack Alexander
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1977
Have We Forgotten Dr. Bob's Request? - January 1977 - Beguiled by new therapies, some AA members fail to heed a co-founder's admonition to "keep it simple" - Paul M., Riverside, Ill.
I Remember Dr. Bob - February 1977 - As a student nurse, she worked with him and learned to love him long before she joined AA - B. M. B., Naples, Fla.
The First Hospital Group - June 1977 - How an understanding psychiatrist came to give Bill W. and five other AAs the "run of the ward" - L. H., Manhattan, N. Y.
International Lawyers In AA - September 1977 - They are regular AAs, but they search for opportunities to serve through their profession - /. S., Hartford, Conn.
A Treasury of AA History - September 1977 - by Nell Wing - A nonalcoholic who has served AA almost from the beginning writes of her new work as AA archivist
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1978
The Bill W. - Yale Correspondence - February 1978 - Bill W - Bill's letters declining an honorary degree, unpublished in his lifetime, set an example of personal humility for AA today and tomorrow - Six days later, Mr. Holden replied:...
In Memoriam (Paula C.) - February 1978 - obit
Through the Years With the Grapevine - March 1978
Dr. Bob: The Man and the Physician - September 1978 - An appreciation of our co-founder, written soon after his death in 1950 and published here for the first time - J. G., Ohio - Be unselfish. That is the first and final commandment for those who would be useful, and happy in their usefulness. If you think of yourself only, you cannot develop, because you are choking the source of development, which is spiritual expansion through thought for others. - Charles W. Eliot
Rarely—or Never? - December 1978 - How co-founder Bill W. answered a frequently asked question
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1979
How It Was . . . - June 1979 - A visit with Bill's "little sister" - Anonymous, Manhattan, N. Y.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1980
Laughter is our best medicine - July 1980 - Excerpts from the new AA book "Dr. Bob and the Good Oldtimers" show both humorous and serious sides of our co-founder - Copyrighted by A.A. World Services, Inc.
Carrying the Message in 'Fifty-Five (part 1) - July 1980 - by Bill W. - From a talk at a New York AA meeting during the twenty-first year of AA's existence
Carrying the Message in 'Fifty-Five (part 2) - August 1980 - by Bill W. - Part I of this article (July Grapevine), from a talk by Bill at a New York City AA meeting in 1955, told of twelfth-stepping and early meetings at the Brooklyn home of Bill and Lois, "hassles" over the writing of the Big Book, financial risks in getting it printed, and, after its publication, optimistic publicity plans — which suddenly fell through.
Forty-Fifth Anniversary AA International Convention, Super Meeting - October 1980 - J. G., Manhattan, N.Y.
In Memoriam (Helen Evans) - October 1980 - obit
AA Then and Now - December 1980 - (New York) F. M., New Canaan, Conn.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1981
Shaping of Principles - March 1981 - Anonymous, Manhattan, N.Y. (Marty M)
30 Years Ago in the Grapevine - December 1981 - The Lasker Award statuette, replica of the classical Winged Victory of Samothrace, symbolizing victory over death and disease, now has a place of honor in the AA archives.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1982
Not Quite the Only Requirement - April 1982 - (Detroit Mich.)
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1983
It's About Those 'Outside Enterprises' - January 1983 - (New York)
Who Was That Masked Man? - May 1983 - Anonymity and other strange practices made for zest and humor in early media reporting on AA — but the message got across - C. S., Manhattan, N.Y.
We Are All Volunteers - July 1983
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1984
In Memoriam (Tom N.) - June 1984 - obit
Living Record of AA - October 1984 - (Oklahoma Archives) - E. E., Tulsa, Okla.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1985

Gifts from the Past - March 1985 - A slice of history as British members form their AA archives - T.C., Bristol, England
A greeting from Lois - June 1985 - Lois W.
What is the Message We Carry? - June 1985 - A Transforming Experience of the Spirit - R. P., Riverside, Conn.
A Very Special Room - June 1985 - (New York) - R. K., Manhattan, N.Y.
The Good Old Times - June 1985 - Anonymous, Manhattan, N.Y.
AA's 50th Anniversary International Convention, Montreal, Quebec, July 4-7 1985 - October 1985
Anonymity-'... the Spiritual Foundation' - November 1985 - Bill W. - During the Sunday morning meeting at the International Convention, the Fellowship reaffirmed the spirit of anonymity as Bill's last message was read
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1986
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Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1987
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Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1988
A Few of the Many... - May 1988 - nonalcoholics who helped shape AA's principles
Lois W.: 1891-1988 - December 1988 - obit
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1989
The Book Carries the Message - April 1989 - Big Book distribution, starting with a trickle in the first few years, has escalated into the millions in the 1980s, and is still growing.
Excerpts from three reviews of the Big Book - April 1989 - The New York Times Book Review June 25th 1939, AMA Journal October 14 1939, Journal of Nervous Mental Disorders September 1940
The Big Book: Before and After - April 1989 - It's a well-known AA fact that the Big Book underwent intense scrutiny and exhaustive discussion before reaching print in its final form. In fact, Bill W. often referred to himself as the referee of these "discussions" rather than the Big Book's author. Below, excerpted from chapter five, are some examples of the changes that came about in the transition from the original manuscript to the published book.
'More Crank Stuff' - April 1989 —Dr. E. M. Jellinek; AA Today
'A Very Satisfactory Life' - June 1989 - The story of a long-time Grapevine contributor who is still going strong! - Felicia M., New Canaan, Conn.
The Little Book - June 1989 - Richard K., New York, N.Y.
Mirror Of The Fellowship - June 1989 - Throughout its history, as the Grapevine has grown and developed with the Fellowship, Grapevine articles have reflected major trends in AA
Application for Membership, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - June 1989
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - October 1989 - "Son, I've spilled more booze than you've drunk" — an oldtimer's comment, once common in AA — is rarely heard today... - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - December 1989 - The AA Fellowship is approaching its 55th Anniversary, and looking forward to an International Convention in July 1990 to celebrate... - Series on history
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1990
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - February 1990 - Kansas City Number One - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History (Founders Day) - April 1990 - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History (Los Angeles) - June 1990 - Series on history
A Friend of the Fellowship (Norway) - July 1990
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History (Canada) - July 1990 - Series on history
55 Years One Day at a Time - October 1990
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - November 1990 - How AA Came to Rio de Janeiro - Harold W., Sao Paolo, Brazil - Series on history
Indelible Humility - December 1990 - (Big Book) - Anonymous, New York, N. Y.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1991
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - January 1991 - The Washingtonians - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - March 1991 - Relations With Professionals - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - May 1991 - AA's First General Service Conference: A Retrospective - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - June 1991 - Bill Meets Dr. Bob - Series on history
Goosebumps Guests and the Gate House - June 1991 - Cindy B., Akron, Ohio
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - August 1991 - AA in Hong Kong - The First Twenty-One Years - David L., Hong Kong - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - December 1991 - AA Beginnings in Amarillo - Johnny B., Amarillo, Tex. - Series on history
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1992
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - May 1992 - The AA Preamble - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - July 1992 - AA in Prison - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - October 1992 - Sister Ignatia of Rosary Hall - Karl H., Eustis, Fla. - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - December 1992 - Exploring Anonymity (from a presentation to the 39th General Service Conference) - Anonymous, New York, N.Y.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1993
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - April 1993 - The Hartford Blue Plate Group - Francis F. and Wayne F., Farmington, Conn. - Series on history
The Vine Line - May 1993 - Q: What was the "Samaritan Treatment" mentioned in the Big Book story, "A Flower of the South?"
A Firm Foundation - June 1993 - One of the five AAs who were present at Newfoundland's first meeting, at the Glynmill Inn in Cornerbrook, October 1949, shares memories of early AA in that province. - Ed K., Victoria, British Columbia
A Half Century of Hope - June 1993 - Our congratulations and thanks to Canada, no finer AA exists. This far-flung society of ours has the odd quality of being everywhere the same, yet everywhere so different. We AAs are totally alike, whether by regions or by nations. This, of course, is just as it should be. When AA travelers return from Canada they all report how much more they brought away from Canada than they took in . . . [Never] shall the bright memory ever fade of that day in Montreal when Lois and I heard the Lord's Prayer spoken in French and English - our first meeting in two languages. We are immeasurably grateful for fast friends from Halifax to Vancouver, they are always the same: devoted workers upon that great fabric which is AA of today - and of tomorrow! ~ Bill
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - October 1993 - 1st Dublin Group - Sean M., Santa Monica, Calif. - Series on history
The Vine Line - October 1993 - Q: What did Dr. Carl Jung mean when he wrote the phrase spiritus contra spiritum in a 1961 letter to Bill W.?
A Glimpse Of History - November 1993
Around AA: What ever Happened to the Circle and Triangle? - December 1993
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1994
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History - January 1994 - Clarence S. - Bruce W., Lauderhill, Fla. - Series on history
What We Were Like, Fragments of AA History -March 1994 - Minneapolis: the Nicollet Chapter - Anonymous, Minneapolis, Minn. - Series on history
The Vine Line - March 1994 - Q: The 60th Anniversary International AA Convention is coming up in July of 1995 in San Diego, California, but what were the locations, attendance, and themes of previous conferences?
The Vine Line - June 1994 - Q: Where did the slogans come from? Do they belong to AA?
Spellbound by AA - June 1994 - An Interview with Nell Wing - also see: A Trip to Stepping Stones, by E. H., Brentwood, N.Y.
The Longest-Running Story in Alcoholics Anonymous: - June 1994 - The Story of the AA Grapevine - E. K., Michigan
The AA Grapevine: A Glipse of History - June 1994 - Robert P., Riverside, Conn. - column
The Vine Line - September 1994 - Q: What is AA's "Reserve Fund," and what is it for?
The Vine Line - October 1994 - Q: In Appendix II of the Big Book (page 570, on the topic of "Spiritual Experience") there is a quote from Herbert Spencer. Where does this quote come from?
What We Were Like - November 1994 - Winnipeg Group Celebrates 50 Years - Bob F., Winnipeg, Man.
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1995
International Convention of Alcoholics Anonymous - January 1995 - June 29-July 2, 1995 San Diego, California
AA Around the World "How It All Began: AA in South Africa" - March 1995 - From the October 1993 Regmaker, the bimonthly magazine of AA in South Africa
The Grapevine, the FBI, and BOX 1980 - March 1995
SPECIAL FEATURE, Coming of Age - May 1995 - (GSC) - What would happen to the Fellowship when Bill and Dr. Bob were no longer around to guide us? AA's answer: The General Service Conference
What We Were Like, Rowland H. - May 1995 - A vital link in the chain leading up to the formulation of Alcoholics Anonymous - Ron R., Bowling Green, Ky.
A Theory of Evolution - July 1995 - Bill R., Annapolis, Md.
The Vine Line - August 1995 - Q: Is there a prepublication copy of the Big Book?
AA Everywhere – Anywhere - October 1995 - Alcoholics Anonymous Celebrates 60 Years at Our Largest-Ever Anniversary Convention - Greetings from San Diego! - also see: The View from Under a Yellow Visor, by Louisiana D., Oceanside, Calif., and also see: ... As Others See Us, "Mother of All AA Meetings" "AA Success Is a Cause for Celebration", by Anonymous, California
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1996
How It Began in Ireland - January 1996 - This year, AA in Ireland it celebrating its Golden Jubilee Year. Here is a look at its very early days. - This article is based on material provided by the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous in Ireland, on material from the AA Archives, and on three talks given by Conor F., Richard P., and Jimmy R. at the 21st Anniversary Meeting of the Dublin Groups of Alcoholics Anonymous, held in November 1967.
Emmet Fox and Alcoholics Anonymous - February 1996 - Igor S., Hartford, Conn.
The Vine Line - June 1996 - Q: What was the role of the Oxford Group in AA's early history?
What We Were Like, The Thunder Bay Group - July 1996 - Pat W., Thunder Bay, Ont.
What We Were Like, "Alcoholics and God" - September 1996 - by Morris Markey
The Vine Line - September 1996 - Q: If Bill W. wrote the Big Book, why does the chapter "To Wives" contain a paragraph beginning "We women"?
How AA STARTED IN Malta - October 1996 - Paul V., Valletta, Malta
How AA STARTED IN Mexico - October 1996 - Fernando Q., Mexico City, Mexico
How AA STARTED IN Panama - October 1996 - The following article is based on a 1954 memoir of the General Service Office in Panama, written by an early AA member there.
How AA STARTED IN South Africa - October 1996 - A brief history of 50 years of AA in South Africa (1946-1996) - Johannesburg, South Africa
Alcoholics Anonymous history related articles - 1997
The Vine Line - January 1997 - Q: When someone quits drinking, why are they said to be "on the wagon"?
What We Were Like, The North Hollywood Group - May 1997 - Linda H., North Hollywood, California
SPECIAL FEATURE: Cold Sober, AA in Alaska - August 1997
How AA STARTED IN Brazil - October 1997 - The following is an exchange of letters between the wife of an early AA member (she and her husband were Americans living in Rio de Janiero, Brazil), and the associate secretary of the AA Headquarters in New York.
AA Pioneers—The Fellowship Takes Hold in Norway - October 1997 - Thar W., Kristiansand, Norway
What We Were Like, Grays Harbor County, Washington - October 1997 - Romona B., Montesano, Washington
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