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Index | Big Book | Bill W. | Dr. Bob | GSC | GV44'-8' | History

AA Grapevine Magazine's 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948

This page contains the 1st few years of the Grapevine monthly magazine in their entirety: Vol. I, No. 8, January, 1945 to Vol. II, No. 7, December, 1945.

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Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Bill Cunningham, Top-Flight Columnist Likes Being an A.A. "Side-Line Rooter" - Bill Cunningham, Columnist, The Boston Herald, Boston, Massachusetts

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Dr. Powdermaker Discusses the Role of a Psychiatrist in Alcoholics Anonymous - Florence Powdermaker, M.D.
Medical Wards Now for N.Y. Alcoholics

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 10, MARCH, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Dr. Sam Parker of Kings County Suggest "Criteria for A.A. Work in Hospitals" - Sam Parker, M. D., Chief of the Psychiatric Division, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 11, APRIL, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Big Light can be Shed on Alcoholism If AAs Fill This In and Return to Grapevine - (questionnaire)

Grapevine, VOL. I, NO. 12, MAY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Jack Alexander of Sat Eve Post Fame Thought A.A.'s Were Pulling His Leg - Jack Alexander, The Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pa.
Memo to All June Subscribers - The Grapevine Staff

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 1, JUNE, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

A Prescription for Sobriety - (Editor's Note: In the opinion of the stuff, the importance of the following interview lies in the fact that it represents the deductions of a man who is in the unique position of being able to appraise A. A. as both an "insider" and an "outsider, " as both an old friend of A.A. and an M.D. who began working with alcoholics long before A. A, was conceived. )
10th Birthday Celebrations

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 2, JULY, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Epic Gathering Marks Tenth Anniversary
Where the AA Beacon Was Lit

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Modesty One Plank for Good Public Relations - Bill W.
If You Move

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

A Postwar Challenge: How to Help the Veteran? - A. T., Manhattan (Editor's Note: The war's end is only the beginning of a personal struggle for some of the men now coming home. This article is by one member of A. A., a veteran of the last war, who began his own drinking career largely as a result of boredom with readjustment to civilian life and because he missed the Army comradeship. It is a brief treatment of a complex subject and any ideas or comments from Grapevine readers will be welcomed by the staff.)
School at Yale Mecca for Many with Same Aim

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Evidence on the Sleeping Pill Menace - (To be continued in the November issue)
Pills and 12th Step Work - L. M. D. (Editor's Note: The following was written by an M.D. who also is an A.A.)

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 6, NOVENBER, 1945 (8 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

What Is the Alcoholic's Moral Responsibility? - R. F. S., Monlclair, N. J.
The Grapevine, Adopted as National Periodical, Will Be Made Larger

Grapevine, VOL. II, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1945 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

A Merry Christmas to Everyone!—And It Can Be - Abbott T., Manhattan
The Lord's Prayer

Index | Big Book | Bill W. | Dr. Bob | GSC | GV44'-8' | History

AA Grapevine Magazine's 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947 | 1948

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