Ebby T was an old drinking friend of Bill W and later his sponsor in AA. He is credited with introducing Bill to the initial principles that AA would soon develop, such as one alcoholic talking to another.
If you would like to learn more about Ebby there is a very good book about him "Ebby: The Man Who Sponsored Bill W."
He sparked the creation of AA but was unable to maintain long term sobriety. Bill always called Ebby his "sponsor," and even though he had returned to drinking, Bill looked after his friend's welfare for the rest of his life. Ebby struggled on and off with sobriety over the years, and ultimately died sober in 1966.
This is the best quality recording I have found of Ebby, he is speaking in 1958 in Memphis TN. http://amzn.to/2FDjK9r
Gail LaC of Akron Ohio is an AA archivist and historian, her speak is about AA History. She became sober in May of 1978, her presentation at the 2011 Stateline Retreat contained photos but not having them does not detract from the speak.
Geraldine D speaking at the 14th Rogue Round-up in 1989 she was 42 years sober at the time of this speak and became sober in 1947.
Dr. Earl M from Seattle he got sober June 15, 1953 he is the author of "Physician Heal Thyself" in AA's Big Book, he is speaking in 1986 and was 33 years sober at the time of this speak.
Three speakers at an Old Timers Panel, speaking at unknown location or date. Jim H starts the meeting followed by "conference junkie" Lady, the last speaker is Jim T, all the speakers got sober in the 70's.
Bill W. speaking twice at Founders Day in Akron OH in 1965. This is the best quality recording of Bill I have ever heard.
In the first half of this speak Bill talks about how AA began and about the earliest days of AA
The second speak, at the Mayflower Hotel in Akron Ohio is about how the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous was written, the project and the actual writing and then how the Big Book was first printed and published.
Bill W. one of the founders of AA speaking (in 1966) on the topic of the Spiritual Experience -- A Matter of Grace.
This has a bit of a hissing in the background, I have removed a good amount of it but had to leave some because removing it all distorted his voice, it ends abruptly during the Q&A.
Two different speakers from the Sunday Night Speakers meeting in Seattle. First up Teresa who spoke in Dec. of 2016, followed by Dale (sober in 1973) speaking in April of 2016
Norm A. from Monrovia CA speaking in San Jose in 1982 at an unknown event. Norm got sober in Feb. 1954 and he has a great sense of humor.
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. Repost from 8/2