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

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

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

CLICK HERE  Richards, Stan (Fort Wayne, Indiana): John Barleycorn, "I'm not a Nice Guy"

CLICK HERE  RICHMOND, INDIANA:  "A Brief History of Alcoholics Anonymous in Richmond, Indiana (Including Surrounding Communities)," compiled and written by Bob S. and edited by Barb A.

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

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

CLICK HERE  "The Right Side of the Page," by John Barleycorn

CLICK HERE  The Road to Fellowship: The Role of the Emmanuel Movement and the Jacoby Club in the Development of Alcoholics Anonymous, by Richard M. Dubiel

CLICK HERE  Rowland Hazard photo

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

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

CLICK HERE  The Seattle Pamphlet (also known as the Detroit/Washington D.C. Pamphlet, the Tablemate, and the Table Leader's Guide):  Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps

CLICK HERE  Second Reader for Alcoholics Anonymous, Akron early A.A. pamphlet

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

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

CLICK HERE  Sister Ignatia, see IGNATIA, SISTER

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

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

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

CLICK HERE  SIX STEPS:  "Early Six-step Versions of the Steps"

CLICK HERE  Smith, Anne. Journal

CLICK HERE  Smith, Annette R. The Social World of Alcoholics Anonymous: How It Works

CLICK HERE  "Sober Sleuths: Lawrence Block and James Lee Burke," by Richard M. Dubiel

CLICK HERE  The Social World of Alcoholics Anonymous: How It Works, by Annette R. Smith

CLICK HERE  Sophia (Lady Wisdom) and the feminine aspect of God

CLICK HERE  Spiritual Milestones in Alcoholics Anonymous, Akron early A.A. pamphlet

CLICK HERE  Stan Richards (Fort Wayne, Indiana): John Barleycorn, "I'm not a Nice Guy"

CLICK HERE  "Stellar Fire: Carl Jung, a New England Family, and the Risks of Anecdote," by Cora Finch. 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  STEPS:  "Early Six-step Versions of the Steps"

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

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

CLICK HERE  Swegan, William E., see also Bill S., Sgt.

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

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

CLICK HERE  Swegan, William E., "The Thrill of Victory Over Alcohol, "Chapter 1 of Victory Over Alcohol

CLICK HERE  Swegan, William E., Victory Over Alcohol: Old-Time A.A. Beginners Lessons

CLICK HERE  The Table Leader's Guide (also known as the Tablemate, the Detroit/Washington D.C. Pamphlet, and the Seattle Pamphlet):  Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps

CLICK HERE  The Tablemate (also known as the Table Leader's Guide, the Detroit/Washington D.C. Pamphlet, and the Seattle Pamphlet):  Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps

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

CLICK HERE  "The Tools of Recovery," northern Indiana reading for the beginning of A.A. meetings

CLICK HERE  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), by Mel B.

CLICK HERE  "The Thrill of Victory Over Alcohol," by William E. Swegan

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

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

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

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

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

CLICK HERE  Victory Over Alcohol: Old-Time A.A. Beginners Lessons, by William E. Swegan

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

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

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

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

CLICK HERE  Walker, Richmond, Memoirs

CLICK HERE  Walker, Richmond:  Photos of Richmond Walker and His Family

CLICK HERE  The Washington D.C. Pamphlet (also known as the Detroit Pamphlet, the Tablemate, the Table Leader's Guide, and the Seattle Pamphlet):  Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interpretation of the Twelve Steps

CLICK HERE  Webster, Ed:  Bar Room Reveries:  the joke book Ed Webster published in 1958

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

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

CLICK HERE  Webster, Ed:  Founders Day in Minnesota 1946: photographs

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

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

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

CLICK HERE  "Whack-A-Mole," by John Barleycorn

CLICK HERE  Wisdom:  Sophia (Lady Wisdom) and the feminine aspect of God

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

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

CLICK HERE  Zuska, Capt. Joseph, M.D., review of Glenn F. Chesnut, The Higher Power of the Twelve-Step Program

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


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