ARCHIVES AND WHAT WE DO

WHAT IS THE ARCHIVES COMMITTEE

The mission of the Archives Committee is to document permanently the work of Alcoholics Anonymous, to make the history of the organization accessible to A.A. members and other researchers, and to provide a context for understanding A.A.'s progression, principles and traditions.

WHAT IS THE ARCHIVES COMMITTEE

"whenever a society or civilization perishes, there is always one condition present; they forget where they came from."


-Carl Sandburg

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The Archives Committee is enhancing your Archives collection and we need your help. We are asking groups in  Area 50 to take pictures of your home group (meeting place). For example, please send photos of the building, your enterance , literature table, where you have your coffee pot-a few photos that would identify your meeting place. **REMEMBER, NO PHOTOS OF MEMBERS.**

These photos will be saved for posterity, and will also be used for Archives presentation to be announced at future date.So please help us to include your home group in our presentation.

HERE IS WHAT YOU CAN DO:

You can drop off photos or any other artifact you may be in possession of or mail them to:  Central Office

                      Attn: Archives

                      681 Seneca St. (lower)

                      Buffalo, NY  14210

OR BETTER YET!

You can bring them to an Archives meeting. and  see what's going on, and how we are trying to better your Archives Collection. We meet the second Saturday of every month at, Buffalo Central Office at 9:00AM at office listed to the left.

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