This site is provided by the National Alcoholics Anonymous Archives Workshop for archivists working within the Traditions and service structure of A.A.
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- 2021 Workshop is CANCELLEDFrom the San Antonio host committee: “We regret to inform you that that the 2021 National AA Archives Workshop in San Antonio, Texas has been canceled due to Covid-19. all registrants will be contacted regarding the process for [more…]
- 2023 Workshop Location AnnouncedThe NAAAW has selected Area 84 as the winning bid for hosting the Workshop in 2023. The location will be Sudbury, Ontario; thanks to our friends in Area 84 for submitting an excellent bid package. For more information see our Next Workshop [more…]
- Bidding to Host a Future WorkshopBids for the 2023 Workshop are now closed. If you are thinking of submitting a bid to host a future NAAAW Workshop, please send it to us by May 1, two years before the desired date. The chosen bid will then be announced at the Workshop in [more…]
The mission of the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Office Archives is to document permanently the work of Alcoholics Anonymous, to make the history of the organization accessible to A.A. members and other researchers, and to provide a context for understanding A.A.'s progression, principles and traditions.
Our friends at the G.S.O. Archives have provided a some great resources for A.A. Archivists and anyone interested in the history of our Fellowship: