A Letter from Australia Forms A.A. Groups

A Letter from Australia Forms A.A. Groups

  After reading an article on Alcoholics Anonymous in the American Journal of Psychiatry, Dr. Sylvester Minogue (below), the medical superintendent of Rydalmere Hospital in Sydney, writes a letter to the AJP with a request that his letter be forwarded to the Alcoholic Foundation. His request for information leads to his getting a copy of the Big Book and continuing correspondence with secretary Bobbie B. of the New York office, setting the stage for the start-up of A.A. groups in Australia.

 
Dr. Sylvester Minogue

The Year

1942

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