Some Highlights of the Potential in an A.A. History Workshop in Cleveland
Planned Gathering November 5 – 8
Copyright 2012 Anonymous. All rights reserved
[A Project of the International Christian Recovery Coalition]
· The Convenient Location and Focus
Cleveland Intergroup Office at 1701 East 12th Street, Cleveland 44114
Embassy Suites – 18 feet away, complimentary breakfast, Subway nearby
1701 E. 12th Street
Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland Downtown, 1100 Carnegie Avenue, ½ mile
from the intergroup office, conference room – excellent ratings
Archivist who has, in the past, displayed many records.
· Documented materials which we probably can produce in addition for review & comments:
Clarence Snyder Bible – owned by Ken R.
Cleveland Central Bulletin copies
Original printer’s manuscript copy of DR. BOB and the Good Oldtimers
Available for ownership by bid
A Way of Life, A.A., AA in Cleveland pamphlets
Cleveland Plain Dealer and Houston Press Articles
Documented Central Committee Meeting – rotating leadership
Hospital Committee rules
Newsletter Headcount showing 1400 active AAs – 22% of AA total in 1942
Central Committee Statement of Purpose (self-governing, autonomous)
Four AA of Akron Pamphlets
AA Sponsorship Pamphlet by Clarence Snyder
The Cleveland Plain Dealer Articles on “Cured” – later changed by others
Clarence Snyder Survey showing 93% success rate with no relapses
Rosary Hall, St. Vincent’s Charity Hospital
· Resources to Study:
But for the Grace of God by Wally P.
How It Worked by Mitchell K.
Our AA Legacy to the Faith Community by Three Clarence Snyder
My Higher Power the Lightbulb by Clarence Snyder
Sister Ignatia by Mary Darrah
That Amazing Grace by Dick B.
Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age
The Language of the Heart