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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. III, No. 8, January, 1947 to Vol. IV, No. 7, December, 1947.

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Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 8, JANUARY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Doctor Calls "Slip" More Normal than Alcoholic - by Dr. William Duncan Silkworth
Alcoholic Ills and A. A. Compared to Mankind - (Editor's Note—The following is quoted from a talk delivered by Dr. Ervin Scale of New York City, president of the International New Thought Alliance.)
Ruts Are Mixed In Phone Calls To A.A. and AAA - (Editor's Note—The following trial and tribulation story is reprinted from a recent issue of the Pittsburgh Pa.] Post-Gazette.)

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 9, FEBRUARY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

A Word to the Wise A.A. Parent - (Editor's Note: The following was written by an A.A.'s 21-year-old daughter who was at first skeptical but now has seen how A.A. works.)
Who Uses All Those Sleeping Tablets - From the N. Y. Herald-Tribune

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 10, MARCH, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Remembering a Girl—Defeated Except Once - C. F. McD., Arlington, Va.
Roundup In Texas Set for June 16-18
' Siwash' Ranchers Work Out Unique 12th Step Technique - Ted M., Denman Island, British Columbia

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 11, APRIL, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Will, Through A. A., Fosters Spiritual Grace - R. F. S., Montclair, N. J. - "The fact is that most alcoholics . . . have lost the power of choice in drink. Our so-called will power becomes practically non-existent . . . We are without defense against the first drink." (Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 35).
Mexico City Group Welcomes Visitors - L. J., Mineola, N. Y.
Newspaper Series Helps Growth in Bermuda

Grapevine, VOL. III, NO. 12, MAY, 1947 (12 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Our Blessings Prove Real Miracle of A.A. - E. B., Chicago, Ill.
Family Groups Make Headway In California
You Can Take It With You!
NOTICE, CORRESPONDENTS!

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 1, JUNE, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Sedatives Easy, and Deadly, Too - Bill H., Victoria, B. C. - (The author of the following article is both an M.D., and an A.A., and thus writes with the conviction of both professional and personal observation, — Ed.)
Juneau, Alaska, Among New Groups

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 2, JULY, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Happy Vacation, With a Few Safeguards
Iceland and Sweden Now Have AA Groups
Where'd You Hide It? [contest]

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 3, AUGUST, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Many Studies Aid Education on Alcoholism
Put and Take - (The following points were set forth by a member of the Salisbury, N. C. Group).
Johannesburg Joins Overseas A.A. List

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 4, SEPTEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Clinics to Highlight Convention in Memphis
If You Can't Phone - D. G., New Rochelle, N. Y.
None So Blind - Idabel O., Temple City, Calif.

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 5, OCTOBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Traditions Stressed by Bill in Memphis Talk - Bill W.
Frisco Family Group Sums Up Purposes
Norwegian Group Among New Ones

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 6, NOVEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

Group Meetings Grow, and So Do Expenses - H. J. W., Long Bench, Calif. - (Are the expenses of large group meetings becoming a burden? Can they be distributed more equitably? Or can they be reduced? Here is what one A.A. thinks would help.—Ed.)
Delayed En Route
One World In the Mail

Grapevine, VOL. IV, NO. 7, DECEMBER, 1947 (16 pages) - What's on the front page of this issue:

'Tis the Night Before Christmas - - - T. D. Y.

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

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