Bill Wilson Signed Letter Alcoholics Anonymous – COA JSAGo Back
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Presented here is a signed Typed Letter by Bill Wilson the A.A. co-founder. His signature was signed on a typed letterhead from The Alcoholic Foundation. Dated Dec 21, 1950, The letter was written to the Founder of Hazelton. There is a fantastic lineage with this letter as well. It was originally given to Mr. Clancey Imislund, a long time member of AA. It was then handed down to another member of AA. It was handed down to the other AA member, because of his service to the Central Services of AA. They were having financial and managerial issues and this member turned it around. Within the spirit of AA, there was no compensation, however, Clancey did want to offer a gesture himself and offered this letter as a gift to that AA member.
It was signed in blue ballpoint and grades (“9”). This is a very significant letter refers to the passing of Dr. Bob was an American physician and surgeon who founded Alcoholics Anonymous with Bill Wilson (more commonly known as Bill W.), and a nurse, Sister Ignatia. Bill W. said that in the next issue of the Grapevine that will be a memorial for Dr. Bob in the next issue. The Grapevine in AA is referred to as a meeting in the book. It is this year that the 12 Traditions were adopted in the AA structure, which would be the bedrock that has held AA together for the past 85 years.
A very important document that memorializes the founders of AA in print.
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