Bill W speaking in Atlanta July 1951, this is an hour and 20 min long and covers many topics, a great bit of AA history.
This is very listenable for a 1951 recording, I managed to get most of the hum out, youll notice a few artifacts and there are a couple of sections with a wierd buzz, but those only last a few seconds.
Harriet R in Florida, a Navy woman who signed up for a tour of duty in North Africa in 1942. "AA is a lot like sex, if your not enjoying it, your not doing it right."
I really enjoyed listening to this lady, this is another speak that truly deserves a wider audience, if for no other reason than she was an amazing person doing things women just didnt do back then.
Peg M sober in 1964 speaking in 2006 at an unkown location, it ends a little abruptly as she was wrapping up. -- I just new I felt different, and when I drank I didnt!
Johnny H from Los Angeles presenting a workshop on the Promises and Service, in Stockholm Sweden in 2004. This workship is two sessions totaling just under 2 hours.
Bill W speaking on the history of the Big Book in 1953. This was a very poor recording to start with, it had a really nasty hum & I was able to get out most of the background noise. Bill's voice is much clearer (a bit sharp) however the filtering I had to do makes the laughter from the audience sound a bit strange but listenable.