Preface to "For Drunks Only" gives history of that book as well as the popular "Twenty-Four Hours a Day" meditation book.
Letter from AA co-founder Bill W about the custom of using this prayer to close an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
Interview with early Texas AA member who was 54+ years sober at the time.
A Manual for Alcoholics Anonymous From AA Group No. 1, Akron, Ohio, 1940 - Dr. Bob's Home Group
Offers a book on "My Alcoholism Recovery since 1946" and a history of how early A.A. groups started.
This site is Tennessee State Archives of Alcoholics Anonymous in Area 64. The main purpose is to carry the message to the still suffering Alcoholic.
Obituary and funeral card of the daughter of Doctor Bob, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. February 15, 1918 to February 9, 2002.
An AA Grapevine article from 1967 by Lois W. A bit of Alcoholics Anonymous history including how Al-Anon was started.
Articles about important figures in the history of Alcoholics Anonymous. Some Oxford Group material. Links to pages with some audio clips.
Article from book "The Temperance Reform and its Great Reformers." The Washingtonians was an early predecessor of AA which faded away.