Dewey S from San Mateo CA at the 12th Michigan state confrence, he is one of first 100 members of AA (sober in 1939) speaking in 1964, he was sober 25 years at the time of this speak. Great quality for a 1964 recording.
Sybil W-C giving a workshop in 1982 on Sponsorship, at the time of this workshop she had been sober 41 years and had the distinction of being the first female member of AA on the west coast.
This is an older recording and I removed much of the noise, its a bit harsh but listenable.
There was another speaker and some Q&A at the end of this that I removed because of a number of homophobic comments made by the other speaker at the workshop, I delieted him entirely. The comments were not made by or echoed by Sybil, she is great but the other guy not so much.
Barry L. from New York, NY speaking at the Gay Lesbian convention in Minneapolis MN - June 29th 1985. Barry is the author of the book, Living Sober
Clarence S sober since 1938 speaking about the steps at an unknown event. This runs just under 2.5 hours and there are questions and answers toward the end.
The recording was in two pieces that I joined into one file, there is a bit of time missing between the two files. I put a bit of clicking in the spot where they were joined to identify the missing audio.
Ed B speaking at a conference in Charlotte NC at an unknown date, this was recorded sometime in the 1950's. Very good recording quality for the time.
Marty M author of the chapter - Women Suffer Too, sober in 1940, she is one of the first female members of AA and was the first lesbian member of AA. This is her last talk given in 1960, she passed away in 1980.
I had to do much processing to this audio file to remove heavy background noise, as a result the voice is much cleaner, however that type of processing makes the applause sound like a jet flying overhead, there were a couple of places the applause was sustained, I shortened those applause sections.
Wikipedia page about Marty M: https://goo.gl/6j6NX4
This one is not really a speaker meeting, this is a recording from 1978 of Ruth Hock, AAs 1st secretary talking about Bill W and the early history of AA and the creation of the Big Book.
I highly recommend if you are a bit of an AA history geek, and even if you are not.
There is a Q and A at the end, you cant hear the questions but most are repeated back,fyi... this ends a little abruptly when the meeting leader is calling on her sponsor Cliff. Recorded in Glendale AZ 3-12-78.