"A.A. Sponsorship... Its Obligations and Its Responsibilities" by Clarence S. was first published by Cleveland Central Office.
Traces alcoholism and the development of Alcoholics Anonymous. Names and dates including the origin of many of the Big Book stories.
Several articles about AA and the Twelve Steps collected by Serenity Found.
Esther E. ("A Flower of the South") introduced AA to Dallas in 1943. Includes an interview with oldtimer Searcy W.
Complete text of several articles in general circulation magazines. From the History Lovers archive. ["Next" "Previous" scrolls more]
Examples of prayers in use prior to publication of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous.
A history of Alcoholics Anonymous beginning's from 1925 to 1955
New York Times News Service article on the passing of A.A. co-founder Bill W on Sunday, January 24, 1971.
These people were A.A. members when Bill and Bob "counted noses" in 1937. [PDF file]
Collection of articles 1944-48 about activities of groups as they formed. Complete Grapevine text. From the History Lovers archives.