The story of Clarence S and the early history of Alcoholics Anonymous in Cleveland, Ohio. Complete text available free on-line. His was "Home Brewmeister" story in the Big Book.
Most of the ideas and wording in the A.A. book came from other writers. An essay by archivist and historian Mitchell K.
The collection of correspondence, meeting notes and books of Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Dr. Robert H. Smith has been acquired by Brown University and will be made available to researchers interested in the origins of 12-step recovery programs.
What happened to the triangle in the circle? History of why this symbol was removed from Alcoholics Anonymous publications in 1993.
Thirteen complete Oxford Group pamphlets. Most of AA spiritual principals were drawn from this group's writings.
A photographic journey through the history of Alcoholics Anonymous. Founders, friends, and memorabilia.
Books about the Christian techniques of the early A.A. fellowship.
A sober web site for recovering alcoholics. Questions and answers on AA History and other fun for members of Alcoholics Anonymous and their friends.
Articles about and talks by Bill W and Doctor Bob S. Includes memorial service talk by Bill in memory of Bob. Some recordings available in Real Audio.
A collection from the early days of Alcoholics Anonymous with a few more recent pictures.