AA Pamphlet from January 1944
This is a rare early AA pamphlet that was published by the Alcoholic Foundation, Inc. in January 1944. The first appearance of this pamphlet was in 1943 and AA printed more as they ran out which resulted in this January 1944 pamphlet.
This pamphlet includes several Big Book stories including The Doctor’s Nightmare, Women Suffer Too, and Bill’s Story. Also included is the article; Medicine, Religion and Alcoholics Anonymous and also a book review by Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick.
What really makes this pamphlet collectible is that it may be the only printing that included a list of “magazine articles” on the back page.
This pamphlet is in very good condition. There is some wear to the edges of the pamphlet, moderate page toning, and stains on the front and back cover. There is a stamp for the “Louisville Fellowship” on the front cover. The original staple is still in the fold and is rusted.
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