Text of "How It Works" chapter as it was in the draft manuscript.
A report by someone who attended the tenth anniversary of Alcoholics Anonymous in Cuba.
A discussion group for those interested in the history of Alcoholics Anonymous. Replaced the earlier History Buffs group.
An anterwoven web of the people mentioned in Alcoholics Anonymous literature, who they are and how they fit in
A 1992 article from "Box 4-5-9" on the origins of the Serenity Prayer and how it came to Alcoholics Anonymous.
Photos of some early tokens marking various periods of sobriety in AA. These led to the chips that some groups still use today.
A biography of the man who started AA in Cleveland, Ohio. This was the first group to be called Alcoholics Anonymous.
International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous. Presently limited to the location of their conventions 1958 to present.
This 1931 book by Richard Peabody was influential in the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous. Complete text is available as a PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file.
A collection of articles by historian and archivist Mitchell K. on the history of Alcoholics Anonymous.