An Interpretation Of The Twelve Steps of the Alcoholics Anonymous Program - 2nd Printing 1947
An Interpretation Of The Twelve Steps of the Alcoholics Anonymous Program. This version was published two years before including the title “The Little Red Book”.
This book was printed by Coll-Webb Company. This is a 2nd printing from 1947! There are no missing pages, the binding is tight, and the text pages are clean. There is a marking on page 14 made with a dark marker. There are no other markings or writing at all in the book! The cover has some light wear.
The book was nicknamed “The Little Red Book,” and eventually adopted that name in 1949. The author was Ed Webster, who got sober in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1941. He and Barry Collins formed their own publishing company, called Coll-Webb Co. which distributed this book and others to members of AA until Ed's death in 1971.
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