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CLICK HERE  Hazard, Rowland: photo

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

CLICK HERE  "The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program:  Discovering a Higher Power," by Glenn F. Chesnut.

CLICK HERE  "Historical Highlights of the Monday Night Kosciusko Combined Group," by Ilene S. (Warsaw, Indiana)

CLICK HERE  "History of Indianapolis A.A.," by Neil S. (Fishers IN)

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

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

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

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

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

CLICK HERE  "I'm not a Nice Guy," by John Barleycorn

CLICK HERE  Ilene S. (Warsaw, Indiana), "Historical Highlights of the Monday Night Kosciusko Combined Group"

CLICK HERE  "In Memoriam: Nancy Moyer Olson" (9/18/1929-3/25/2005)
She was the founder of the AAHistoryLovers, author of With a Lot of Help from Our Friends:  The Politics of Alcoholism, and the U.S. Senate aide who coordinated the passing of the Hughes Act, the most successful alcoholism legislation of the twentieth century.

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

CLICK HERE  Indiana AA:  Glenn C., How AA Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Indianapolis, Indiana:  Neil S. (Fishers IN), "History of Indianapolis A.A."

CLICK HERE  "Instructor's Outline" for the old-time A.A. beginners classes in Minneapolis, written by Ed Webster.

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

CLICK HERE  Jane S., Q & A: Alcoholism and Sobriety

CLICK HERE  John S. (Fort Wayne, Indiana), "Dr. Zweig: The Good Physician"

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

CLICK HERE  Journal, Anne Smith

CLICK HERE  JUNG, CARL:  Richard M. Dubiel, "The Emmanuel Movement and the Jacoby Club." Dubiel shows that although A.A. tradition said that Hazard was a patient of the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung for a year in 1931, he could have spent two months with Jung at most during the course of that year, if even that.

CLICK HERE  JUNG, CARL:  Cora Finch, "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  Kitchen, Victor C.:  Glenn F. Chesnut, Changed by Grace:  V. C. Kitchen, the Oxford Group, and A.A.

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

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

CLICK HERE  Kosciusko County, Indiana:  Ilene S. (Warsaw, Indiana), "Historical Highlights of the Monday Night Kosciusko Combined Group"

CLICK HERE  Kurtz, Ernest. The Collected Ernie Kurtz

CLICK HERE  Kurtz, Ernest. Shame & Guilt. Second edition, revised and updated, 2007.

CLICK HERE  Kurtz, Ernest. "Varieties of AA Experience." Speaking at the Michiana Conference in South Bend, Indiana, on November 8, 2008, available from Blueprint Tapes in Clinton, Indiana

CLICK HERE  Kurtz, Linda Farris. Introduction to Annette R. Smith, The Social World of Alcoholics Anonymous: How It Works

CLICK HERE  Kurtz, Linda Farris. Review of With a Lot of Help from Our Friends by Nancy Olson, on Amazon.com (April 10, 2004)

CLICK HERE  Lackland Model:  Sgt. Bill S., "Dr. Louis Jolyon West and the Lackland Model"

CLICK HERE  The Lackland Model of Alcoholism Treatment: William E. Swegan and Louis Jolyon West

CLICK HERE  "The Lackland Model for Alcoholism Treatment," by Sgt. Bill S.

CLICK HERE  Lang, Frazier A., review of Nancy Olson, With a Lot of Help from Our Friends, in The Addiction Professional (January 2004)

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

CLICK HERE  Leon, Philip. The Philosophy of Courage. With a new foreword by Glenn F. Chesnut

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

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

CLICK HERE  "Love's Ingredients," by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  A Manual for Alcoholics Anonymous, Akron early A.A. pamphlet

CLICK HERE  MEDITATION:  Glenn F. Chesnut, "Practicing the Presence of God:  the path to soul-balance and inner calm." The spiritual teaching of Richmond Walker's Twenty-Four Hour book.

CLICK HERE  MEDITATION:  Glenn F. Chesnut, "Twelve-Step Meditation in the A.A. Big Book and the 12 & 12"

CLICK HERE  Mel B., "AA and Jesus: How Ancient Spiritual Teachings Are Linked to the Inspirational Program of Alcoholics Anonymous"

CLICK HERE  Mel B., "Ebby"

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

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

CLICK HERE  Mel B., "Love's Ingredients"

CLICK HERE  Mel B., Michiana Conference in South Bend, Indiana, on September 15, 2007, cd of his lead available from Blueprint Tapes in Clinton, Indiana

CLICK HERE  Mel B., "Requiem for a Resentment"

CLICK HERE  Mel B., Three Recovery Classics: As a Man Thinketh (by James Allen), The Greatest Thing in the World (by Henry Drummond), An Instrument of Peace (the St. Francis Prayer)

CLICK HERE  Memoirs, by Richmond Walker

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

CLICK HERE  The Merton Prayer

CLICK HERE  Minneapolis AA:  see Webster, Ed

CLICK HERE  Minnesota A.A.:  Founders Day in Minnesota 1946: photographs

CLICK HERE  "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  MUNCIE, INDIANA:  "A Brief History of A.A. in Delaware County in Indiana," by Bruce C. (Muncie, Indiana). How A.A. began in Muncie and the surrounding parts of east central Indiana, including Union City, Dunkirk, Hartford City, Winchester, New Castle, Yorktown, Montpelier, Anderson, Marion, Richmond, and Cambridge City. New revised version, March 27, 2008.

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

CLICK HERE  Neil S. (Fishers IN), "History of Indianapolis A.A."

CLICK HERE  "A Nun's Story: Sister Ruth Finds God in the A.A. Meetings," by John Barleycorn

CLICK HERE  Olson, Nancy Moyer. "In Memoriam" (9/18/1929-3/25/2005)
She was the founder of the AAHistoryLovers, author of With a Lot of Help from Our Friends:  The Politics of Alcoholism, and the U.S. Senate aide who coordinated the passing of the Hughes Act, the most successful alcoholism legislation of the twentieth century.

CLICK HERE  Olson, Nancy, With a Lot of Help from Our Friends: The Politics of Alcoholism

CLICK HERE  On the Military Firing Line in the Alcoholism Treatment Program: The Air Force Sergeant Who Beat Alcoholism and Taught Others to Do the Same, by Sgt. Bill S.

CLICK HERE  Otto, Rudolf. Author of The Idea of the Holy. Photo, importance for understanding Bill W.'s primary conversion experience

CLICK HERE  Our Devilish Alcoholic Personalities (by Ed Webster):  "Ed Webster (Minneapolis) and The Little Red Book"

CLICK HERE  "Our Greatest Danger: Rigidity," by Bob Pearson.

CLICK HERE  Oxford Group:  Glenn F. Chesnut, Changed by Grace:  V. C. Kitchen, the Oxford Group, and A.A.

CLICK HERE  "Paul Tillich: Key Philosophical Theologian of the Mid-Twentieth Century," by Richard M. Dubiel

CLICK HERE  Pearson, Bob. "Our Greatest Danger: Rigidity"

CLICK HERE  Pfau, Ralph:  "Doherty Sheerin and the Founding of A.A. in Indianapolis: October 28, 1940," by Glenn C., in How A.A. Came to Indiana

CLICK HERE  Pfau, Ralph:  Photos of Father Ralph Pfau from the Archdiocesan Archives in Indianapolis

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

CLICK HERE  The Philosophy of Courage by Philip Leon, with a new foreword by Glenn F. Chesnut

CLICK HERE  Photos of Father Ralph Pfau from the Archdiocesan Archives in Indianapolis

CLICK HERE  Photos of Richmond Walker and His Family

CLICK HERE  "Practicing the Presence of God:  the path to soul-balance and inner calm," by Glenn F. Chesnut. The spiritual teaching of Richmond Walker's Twenty-Four Hour book.

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

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

CLICK HERE  "The Psychology of Alcoholism," Chapter 2 of Victory Over Alcohol, by William E. Swegan


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