Feb 11* - First New Jersey meeting was held at the home of Hank P ("The Unbeliever" in the first edition).
*Some sources report this as happening Feb 13, 1937
Feb 11 - Clarence S. ("Home Brewmeister" 1st-3rd edition)
Feb 14 - AA groups worldwide hold memorial services
for Bill W.
Feb 14 - William Y., "California Bill" dies in Winston Salem,
Feb 15 - Sue Smith Windows, Dr. Bob's adopted daughter,
Feb 15 - Baltimore Sunday Sun reported that the city's first
AA group, begun in June 1940, had grown from 3 to 40
Feb 17 - Jim B contacted Charlie B, whom he had met
once, some two years before, at a New York AA meeting.
Feb 18 - During gas rationing in WWII, AA's are granted
the right to use cars for 12th step work in emergency cases.
Feb 19 - Father "John Doe" (Ralph P), 1st Catholic Priest
in AA dies.
Feb 20 - The Toledo Blade published first of three articles on AA by Seymour Rothman.
Feb 23 - AA granted "Recording for the Blind" permission to
tape the Big Book.
Feb 28 - First organization meeting of Philadelphia AA was
held at McCready Huston's room at 2209 Delancy Street.