Last Major Talk of Dr. Bob - Framed Record
This is the extremely rare vinyl record of the “Last Major Talk of Dr. Bob”. It is believed that there were only 10 of these records made!
The recording is of Dr. Bob’s talk in Detroit in December 1948. The record and record cover are both in excellent condition and shows very little wear. The record has been placed in a brand new record frame that looks very nice and is ready to be hung on a wall. Included with the framed record will be a usb thumb drive containing the full length recording in mp3.
Dr. Robert Holbrook Smith—better known to millions of recovering people throughout the world as “Dr. Bob”—is the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. In this last major talk before he passed away in 1950, he relays the story of how AA was founded and what happened in the early days of AA. Dr. Bob begins this talk with the tale of what transpired in Akron, Ohio, on June 10, 1935—his sobriety date, and the official beginning of Alcoholics Anonymous.
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