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CLICK HERE  "The Earliest Printings of Richmond Walker's Twenty-Four Hours a Day," with photos from the collection of Jack H. (Scottsdale, Arizona), by Glenn C.

CLICK HERE  "Early Black A.A. along the Chicago-Gary-South Bend Axis: The Stories and Memories of Early Black Leaders Told in Their Own Words," by Glenn C., in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  "Early Evansville A.A., the first A.A. group in Indiana, founded April 23, 1940 by Akron old-timer J. D. Holmes," by Bob E. (Evansville, Indiana)

CLICK HERE  "Early Six-step Versions of the Steps"

CLICK HERE  "Ebby," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  Ed Webster:  see also Webster, Ed

CLICK HERE  "Ed Webster (Minneapolis) and The Little Red Book"

CLICK HERE  "Elder Statesman: Bill W. in Akron, June 15, 1958," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  "The Emmanuel Movement and the Jacoby Club," Dubiel, Richard M.

CLICK HERE  "Emmet Fox: Making Your Life Worthwhile," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  EUSEBIUS OF CAESAREA: Glenn F. Chesnut, The First Christian Histories: Eusebius, Socrates, Sozomen, Theodoret, and Evagrius has now (February 2008) been put back in print by Mercer University Press

CLICK HERE  Evansville, Indiana:  Bob E. (Evansville, Indiana), "Early Evansville A.A., the first A.A. group in Indiana, founded April 23, 1940 by Akron old-timer J. D. Holmes"

CLICK HERE  The Factory Owner & the Convict, by Glenn C., Vol. 1 of Lives and Teachings of the A.A. Old Timers

CLICK HERE  Finch, Cora. "Stellar Fire: Carl Jung, a New England Family, and the Risks of Anecdote," link to her account on the Stellarfire website of Rowland Hazard's life and struggles with alcoholism, and the evidence proving that he was Carl Jung's patient in 1926, not 1931

CLICK HERE  Fiona D., "Seven-year-old Ignatia sails from Ireland to America in 1896"

CLICK HERE  Fiona D., "Sister Ignatia: baptismal record (birth certificate) and the passenger manifest for the SS Indiana"

CLICK HERE  Fiona D., "Sister Ignatia's Birthplace in Ireland: The Neary family's rental holdings in Griffith's Land Valuation of 1855"

CLICK HERE  Fiona D., "Sister Ignatia's Birthplace in Ireland: Photographs and Description"

CLICK HERE  Fifty Books Tracing AA's History, from Charlie Bishop, Jr., the Bishop of Books

CLICK HERE  "First 226 Members Akron, OH AA Group," Tommy H. (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

CLICK HERE  The First Christian Histories: Eusebius, Socrates, Sozomen, Theodoret, and Evagrius, by Glenn F. Chesnut, has now (February 2008) been put back in print by Mercer University Press

CLICK HERE  Floyd P. (Frankton, Indiana) and the A.A. group in Anderson, Indiana, "Adventure of Recovery:  The Beginnings of A.A. in Anderson June 1943 - February 9, 1947"

CLICK HERE  Founders Day in Minnesota 1946: photographs

CLICK HERE  Fox, Emmet:  "Emmet Fox: Making Your Life Worthwhile," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  Frank N. (Syracuse, Indiana), "Bob M.'s Memories:  Early A.A. in Kosciusko County"

CLICK HERE  Frank N. (Syracuse, Indiana), "In Memory of Big Al Miller (May 22, 1931 - September 21, 2000), sober December 1, 1973"

CLICK HERE  Funeral Service for A.A. funerals and memorial services, assembled and adapted by Glenn C.

CLICK HERE  Gary, Indiana:  Beth M. (Lafayette, Indiana), "Interview with John Shaifer (June 19, 1923 - November 13, 2000, Gary, Indiana), sober September 15, 1960"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., see also Chesnut, Glenn F.

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "The A.A. Prison Group Founded in 1944 at the Indiana State Prison at Michigan City," in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Glenn C. (South Bend, Indiana) on A.A. success rates, with Arthur S. (Arlington, Texas) and Tom E. (Wappingers Falls, New York), "Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Recovery Outcome Rates: Contemporary Myth and Misinterpretation," Adobe PDF file

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "The Books the Good Old-Timers Read"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Classical Protestant Liberalism and Early A.A."

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "The Earliest Printings of Richmond Walker's Twenty-Four Hours a Day," with photos from the collection of Jack H. (Scottsdale, Arizona)

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Early Black A.A. along the Chicago-Gary-South Bend Axis: The Stories and Memories of Early Black Leaders Told in Their Own Words," in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Ed Webster (Minneapolis) and The Little Red Book"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., The Factory Owner & the Convict, Vol. 1 of Lives and Teachings of the A.A. Old Timers

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "First edition of Ed Webster's book on The Twelve Steps, later called The Little Red Book"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., Funeral Service for A.A. funerals and memorial services

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program: For Believers and Non-Believers

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Psychological vs. Spiritual Interpretations of A.A."

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Ralph Pfau (Father John Doe) and the Golden Books"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Richmond Walker and the Twenty-Four Hour Book"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Richmond Walker in A.A. History: Chronology of His Life"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., The St. Louis Gambler & the Railroad Man, Vol. 2 of Lives and Teachings of the A.A. Old Timers

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "The Upper Room and Early A.A."

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "The Virtues and the Vices"

CLICK HERE  Glenn C., "Writing Local A.A. History: Stories as the Vessels of Wisdom and Grace," talk given at the Eastern Pennsylvania History & Archives Gathering on June 24, 2006.

CLICK HERE  God and Spirituality: Philosophical Essays, by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "Discovering a Higher Power," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  God and Spirituality: Philosophical Essays, by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "The Ground of Being: God and the Big Bang," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program: For Believers and Non-Believers, by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "Learning to See the Sacred Dimension of Reality:  Rudolf Otto and the Idea of the Holy, Part 1," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "Mount Sinai and the Burning Bush: The Cloud of Unknowing, the Altar to the Unknown God, and the Dark Night of the Soul," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "The Names of God:  how to find a God of our understanding," by Glenn F. Chesnut.

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  "The Seven Faces of the Experience of the Divine Reality:  Rudolf Otto and the Idea of the Holy, Part 2," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  GOD, OUR KNOWLEDGE OF:  Sophia (Lady Wisdom) and the feminine aspect of God

CLICK HERE  "The God-Shaped Hole in the Human Soul," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  "The Ground of Being: God and the Big Bang," by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  A Guide to the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, Akron early A.A. pamphlet


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