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 Time 1940

Article tells of the John D. Rockefeller dinner with 60 people, guests were members of Alcoholics
Anonymous, with photo of Rockefeller. Also describes how the organization was founded and how
it works. This is the first issue of Time magazine with an article on A.A.

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 Time 1940

Article tells of the John D. Rockefeller dinner with 60 people, guests were members of Alcoholics
Anonymous, with photo of Rockefeller. Also describes how the organization was founded and how
it works. This is the first issue of Time magazine with an article on A.A. Magazine is in
Very Good + condition
.

 # V454  SOLD
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 Time 1942

This is a review of Alcohol Explored by famed Yale Physiologists Howard W. Haggard and E. M.
Jellinek. Among their findings are: there is no particular type of alcoholic personality; no special
treatment for alcoholism; delirium tremens afflicts only 4% of all drunkards; and alcohol is the
“safest of all sedatives.” No AA content. Good condition with tears to back cover

 # AA370  SOLD
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 Time 1944

Mrs. Marty Mann and Edward McGoldrick shed their anonymity in this two-column article,
with photo of Marty Mann.

 # V243  SOLD
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 Time 1944

Mrs. Marty Mann and Edward McGoldrick shed their anonymity in this two-column article,
with photo of Marty Mann. Very Good + condition

 # AA369  SOLD
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 Time 1945

"Alcoholics On the Air"
Article discuses the first radio broadcast by members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Gives time and
day of broadcasts, and credits William Edmund owner of Detroit's WWJ radio station for its
broadcast, the first such exposure for AA.
Magazine is in VERY GOOD + condition. No mailing label.

 # DD100A  SOLD
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 Time 1946

Magazine has a one-page advertisement for the movie “The March of Time”...

 # AA79  SOLD

 Time 1946

Magazine has a one-page advertisement for the movie “The March of Time” released by 20 th
Century – Fox. Alcoholics Anonymous: here you'll see how AA works…This Picture pulls no
punches…” Very good condition with a few tears to back cover.

 # AA92  $50.
SOLD

 Time 1946

"Problem Drinkers"

 # AA368  SOLD

 Time 1946

"Problem Drinkers"
Magazine has a one-page advertisement for the movie “The March of Time” released by 20th
Century – Fox. Alcoholics Anonymous: here you’ll see how AA works…This Picture pulls no
punches…” Other items of interest include: Einstein, Generals Ike and Monty, Refugees
"We Irish Jews", “Palestine”, "Anglo-Jewish War?", "Report on Royalty", Latin America, Brazil,
Easter Island Idols, Einstein, Boxer Billy Conn, Frank Lloyd Wright, Picasso, and many more
interesting articles and photos of the time. Previous owners name on front cover otherwise
Very Good + condition.

 # AA368  $30.
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 Time 1947

Reports on A.A.'s twelfth year with 35,000 members and 1,200 chapters, the 12-Steps, and
that “…a still-anonymous Manhattan stockbroker, known only as Bill, and an alcoholic
Akron doctor” founded Alcoholics Anonymous.
Very Good condition

 # AA367  SOLD


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 Time 1947

Reports on A.A.'s twelfth year with 35,000 members and 1,200 chapters

 # V242  SOLD
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 Time 1947

Reports on A.A.'s twelfth year with 35,000 members and 1,200 chapters, the 12-Steps, and that
“…a still-anonymous Manhattan stockbroker, known only as Bill, and an alcoholic Akron doctor”
founded Alcoholics Anonymous.

 # DD101A  SOLD


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 Time 1950

Dr. Bob's obituary magazine is in Very Good ++ condition

 # V212  SOLD
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 Time 1950

Dr. Bob's obituary magazine is in Very Good ++ condition

 # T231  SOLD
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 Time 1950

Dr. Bob's obituary magazine covers are in Very Good condition with one inch tear to bottom of
spine, light stain to back cover. pages are in Very Good + condition.

 # V483  SOLD
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 Time 1955

Article tells of the St. Louis International AA Convention, their 20 th anniversary. Also
informs the reader of how In 1939 the first choice in naming the Big Book was
“The Way Out” then changed to “Alcoholics Anonymous”, and Bill W. VG condition.

 # V239  SOLD
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 Time 1955

Article tells of the St. Louis International AA Convention, their 20 th anniversary. Also
informs the reader of how In 1939 the first choice in naming the Big Book was
“The Way Out” then changed to “Alcoholics Anonymous”, and Bill W. VG condition.

 # VM189  SOLD
SOLD  Time 1956

Al-Anon article - Giving comparisons of Al-Anon with Alcoholics Anonymous.

 # V231  SOLD
SOLD  Time 1956

Al-Anon article - Giving comparisons of Al-Anon with Alcoholics Anonymous.
Very Good + condition

 # V241  SOLD
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 Time 1960

"Passionately Anonymous"
California 's Long Beach Memorial Stadium hosted 15,000 celebrating A.A.'s 25th anniversary.
Gives information about the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous, with quotes from Bill W. VG
with wear to covers.

 # AA365  SOLD
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 Time 1971

Article Reviews Bill W.'s drinking, that he is the cofounder of A.A., mentions his retirement
in 1962, and the 16,000 groups with 475,000 members. Also has a photo of Bill W. with
his real name. Very Good + condition

 # BC189  SOLD
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 Time 1974

Lengthily covers the subject of alcoholism, with 3 paragraphs on A.A...

 # AA47   $10.

 Time 1974

"Alcoholism New Victims, New Treatments" Fine condition with mailing label.

 # AB100  $15.
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 Time 1974

"Alcoholism New Victims, New Treatments" Fine condition

 # V229  SOLD
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 Time 1985

Has three articles of interest in FINE condition.

 # V219  SOLD
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 Time 1987

10 page article tells how research and changing attitudes give new hope to the alcoholic.
Article includes mention of Alcoholics Anonymous. FINE condition with mailing label.

 # AA94  SOLD
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 Time 1987

10 page article tells how research and changing attitudes give new hope to the alcoholic.
Article includes mention of Alcoholics Anonymous. FINE condition.

 # V228  SOLD
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 Time 1989

Article tells of the first registered Alcoholics Anonymous group in Moscow , called “ Moscow
Beginners”. Started by Rev. J.W. Canty, an Episcopal priest from New York in 1987, who
helped lay the groundwork for the group. very good condition

 # AA49  SOLD
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 Time 2002

"Binge Drinking Among Women"

 # AA360  SOLD

 Today's Health 1956

"Alcoholism Is a Disease"
by Marvin A. Block
"Since it is, it can be treated. And, as in other diseases, early treatment is preferable,
prevention best of all. Very Good + conditin

 # AA184  $25.

 True 1946

"Alcoholism" by Donald G. Cooley
"How can you tell if you are an alcoholic or in danger of becoming one? What can you do about
compulsive drinking? Here are some common sense facts on the sumject" Good + condition

 # AA183  $40.

 True Romance 1949

"I Am an Alcoholic & Women who Drink"
by Dr. Lester F. Miles
"It’s a disease which can be cured. But it’s far far better to prevent alcoholism from ever
taking hold." Very Good condition

 # AA185  $25.

 True Story 1947

"I Love an Alcoholic"
"People don't like to talk about such things, but they have to face the problem just the same."
Very Good condition

 # AA188  $25.

 True Story 1948

"I Was an Alcoholic Wife"
"This revealing story of Norma Blake tells how she lost nearly all that is precious to a woman."
2 inch tear to bottom spine of magazine, Good Condition.

 # AA187  $25.
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 TV Guide,

1955 Alcoholics Anonymous: 1st TV listing!

 # 633  SOLD
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 TV Guide, 1955

About the movie " One Day At A Time"
1st TV listing ! The magazine is in NEAR FINE condition. Here is the first appearance of
Alcoholics Anonymous on TV ! Not many know about this 1955 gem or the film. At least
uncommon. "One Day at a Time" appeared on ABC, Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. on the Cavalcade
Theater. The two-hour true-life drama, starring James Daly (his photo on p.11), recounts a
successful businessman whose career was destroyed by his alcoholism. With the help of a
physician friend, similarly addicted, the two started a group that became ALCOHOLICS
ANONYMOUS. (James Bell film) The write-up and listing is on page A-29.
Very Good + condition
.

 # AA203  SOLD

 TV Guide, 1965

I'll Cry Tomorrow starring Susan Hayward, Richard Conte, Martin Milner
"Film version of singer Lilliam Roth's autobiography, showing her rise to fame and her
deterioration into an alcoholic. Susan Hayward, Jo Van Fleet, Richard Conte, Eddie Albert,
Don Taylor, Ray Danton, Margo." Very Good

 # AA180  $25.
SOLD

 UtneReader  1988,

"12 Step Program: Cure or Cover?" 6 different articles in all.

 # AA62D  SOLD

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 UtneReader  1988,

"12 Step Program: Cure or Cover?" 6 different articles in all.

See Larger Photo

 # AA206  $20.

 Whisper 1958

"Ten Ways To Spot An Alcoholic"
by Harry Tubbs
"If a few of these traits fit you, you probably wish you had a shot. If all of them fit. Chances are
you're drunk right now." Very Good condition.

 # AA172  $30.

 Woman's Life 1943 Canada issue

"17 Reasons Why Drinkers Drink"
by Morgan Deming
Good condition with cover detached.

 # AA170  $30.

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