Archives Committee

Archives Committee

Bill W. thought it important to maintain records of AA history so that there would be a way to conduct accurate research on the fellowship’s past. Chicago AA, which was the first area to have its own central office, has a long history and extensive archives.

The purpose of this special committee is to gather and preserve historical data and other memorabilia pertinent to Alcoholics Anonymous in the Chicago area, including, but not limited to, oral and written histories, correspondence, newspaper articles, and literature.

Membership on this committee is open to any interested AA member.

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