What is The Oxford Group? - Third Printing 1935
What is The Oxford Group? by the Layman with a Notebook, with a Foreword by L.W. Grensted.
This version of the book was published by The Oxford University Press. This book is a Third Printing from November 1935 with the original dust jacket.
This book served as a basis for the text of Alcoholics Anonymous. What is the Oxford Group? was written in 1932 and served as one of the core books for early AA members. Dr. Bob had owned and circulated several copies of this book among Akron AAs and that Oxford Group Founder Dr. Frank Buchman had also circulated the book.
This book is in excellent condition. There is no writing or markings inside the book. The dust jacket is in very good condition with some light edge wear and darkening/stains. There is some chipping and fading.
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