1940 - Bill and Hank transfer their Works Publishing stock to the Alcoholic Foundation.
1940 - Dr. Bob wrote the Trustees to refuse Big Book royalties, but Bill W insisted that Dr. Bob and Anne receive them.
1940 - The first AA pamphlet, "AA", was published.
1989 - Dr. Leonard Strong died.
1939 - Morgan R interviewed on Gabriel Heatter radio show.
1951 - AA's first General Service Conference was held.
April 26 or May 1
1939 - Bank forecloses on 182 Clinton Street.
1989 - Film "My Name is Bill W." a Hallmark presentation was broadcast on ABC TV.
April events with unspecific dates
1935 - Dr. Silkworth told Bill to quit preaching at drunks & tell them of obsession & allergy.
1950 - Saturday Evening Post article "The Drunkard's Best Friend" by Jack Alexander.
1958 - The word "honest" dropped from AA Preamble, "an honest desire to stop drinking".
1966 - Change in ratio of trustees of the General Service Board; now two thirds (majority) are alcoholic.
1970 - GSO moved to 468 Park Ave. South, NYC.