If you enjoy the History of Alcoholics Anonymous, you’ll love this AA Archives DVD. This DVD will take you on a journey through the AA Archives. Some of the many people, places, and things touched on in this DVD are: Many previously unseen pictures of Bill Wilson, The Mayflower Hotel, Henrietta Seiberling, Excerpts of some of Bill Wilson’s speeches, Early newspaper stories, Nell Wing (the first AA archivist) Walter Tunks, Ruth Hock, Dr Silkworth, Dr Carl Jung, Roland Hazzard, Dr Sam Shoemaker, Ebby Thatcher, Bill W. speaks of Ebby, Origin of AA name in Newark, NJ, The One Hundred Men Club, “We The People” radio show, Liberty Magazine article – Alcoholics and God, Saturday Evening Post article by Jack Alexander, The AA Traditions, The Grapevine, Alcoholism movies – The Lost Weekend, Days of Wine and Roses, My Name is Bill W, Sister Ignatia, St Thomas Hospital, Dr Harry Tiebout, Father Dowling, Bernard Smith, Clarace and T. Henry Williams, Bill Dotson, The international spread of AA during WWII, AA Legacies General Service Conference, and the Death of Bill Wilson. The recording ends with a very touching recording of Dr. Bob’s last speech. A very informative DVD of AA history.
Length - 38 Minutes