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Making the Little Black Book: Inside the Working Manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Day
Making the Little Black Book features the original working manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Daya book that continues to transform the lives of millions worldwide. High-resolution scans of the primary document with the original handwritten notes by Richmond Walker capture the thoughts and edits that went into the first edition of Twenty-Four Hours a Day...
Making the Little Black Book features the original working manuscript of Twenty-Four Hours a Daya book that continues to transform the lives of millions worldwide. High-resolution scans of the primary document with the original handwritten notes by Richmond Walker capture the thoughts and edits that went into the first edition of Twenty-Four Hours a Day during its production from 1946 to 1948. Commentary by AA researcher and historian Damian McElrath provide further context to the Walker’s life and the creation of Twenty-Four Hours a Day, framing the manuscript in time and place, explaining how various sources and beliefs contributed to the text. This manuscript is essential for those interested in AA history as well as members of the Fellowship.
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