The table where Bill Wilson and Ebby Thacher had their life-changing conversation to later give birth to the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Credit: Brian Marshhauser
Bill Wilson commuted frequently from Bedford to the AA offices in the New York City.
Bill Wilson and Lois hosted an annual picnic at their home in Bedford Hills beginning in the 1950s.
Marty Mann was a founding female member of Alcoholics Anonymous and author of the chapter "Women Suffer Too" in the second through fourth editions of the Big Book of AA.
Hank Parkhurst was a business dynamo who was the first alcoholic to recover in New York, following Bill Wilson. Thus, Hank was New York’s AA#2. His was a vital contribution to AA: without Hank Parkhurst the Big Book might never have been published.
An invitation to the public to come to open meetings to hear how Alcoholics Anonymous works.
Have you or a family member exhibited signs that alcohol might be having a negative impact on your life and that things have become unmanageable?