Roger W. - AA history and the military See http://hindsfoot.org/essays.html - a little over half way down the page A.A. in the Military and Military Alcoholism Treatment Programs Roger W., "A New
Re: Wilson's CAC Service in WW1 Might this link prove helpful: http://cdsg.org/old/reprint%20PDFs/CACreg1.pdf pp40: 66th Coast Artillery (AA) Regiment Constituted 1918 as 66th Arty, CAC, and
Stepping Stones no longer on Feb. 24 agenda Stepping Stones is no longer on the Feb. 24 agenda for the Town of Bedford Town Board meeting From: Stepping Stones (info at
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When did Bill W. visit Winchester Cathedral? From: iouaa (philip.thompson80 at sky.com) An unanswered question I have asked on this forum before: With his unit stuck there due
Re: Wilson's CAC Service in WW1 From John Galt, iouaa, and wkoeritzer **************************************** From: JohnGaltLives (johngaltredux at msn.com) The 66th
Token of appreciation: looking up things in the AAHistoryLovers From: (jrobbins1123 at yahoo.com) The Token of Appreciation given to Bill when he left the military: Does anyone know what this token
Re: Token of appreciation: looking up things in the AAHistoryLovers From: luvwindnwater@... (luvwindnwater at yahoo.com) In new sobriety (still, hit two years next month), when at a book study the question was asked what
Thacher summer homes in Manchester, VT Ebby Throckmorton Thacher's father, George Hornell Thacher II, provided his family with summer dwellings in Manchester, VT, from the late 1800 into the 1930s.
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Re: Wilson's CAC Service in WW1 My understanding that knowing the history of AA in the end will help the suffering alcoholic - as this is our primary purpose - I am not sure how knowing the
Re: Wilson's CAC Service in WW1 Bill Wilson was in the 66th U.S. Coast Artillery Corps. Here's a website dedicated to the CAC of the WWI era that disembarked to Europe as part of the AEF.
Another Ernie Kurtz memory this time from Chicago days. From my pal Leo M. who is and has been a stalwart with Fr. Mac and the Haymarket Center in Chicago for many years. He and Ernie were close during Ernie's time
Wilson's CAC Service in WW1 We know that Wilson was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Coast Artillery Corps (CAC) in WW1 and that he served in Europe with the AEF. It is apparent that
Re: 1935 nickel with a buffalo on one side and Indian head on the ot Tom, The nickels they had out are authentic US coinage. EBay has common circulated coins for about a $1.00. Your local coin dealer could get you a deal too if
Re: Calvary Rescue Mission I think I may have found one Give me a day Ty Shakey Sent from my iPhone
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