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AKRON A.A.

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Akron AA has put together a great  general map of all the Akron sites.

Akron AA Historic Sites Map

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Henrietta Seiberling’s home where Bob & Bill first met. Dr. Bob told his wife 15 minutes max. Dr. Bob and Bill W. talked for 6 hours! 

Seiberling  Gatehouse

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“AA Group #1” met here after moving from Dr. Bob’s house on Ardmore Ave. Please respect the privacy of this elementary school.

King School

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Currently The Law Building.

Dr. Bob's

Office

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The home of Dr. Bod and Anne Smith. Dr. Bob was a co-founder of A.A. and their home is a must see for alcoholics visiting Akron.

Dr. Bob's Home

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The first alcoholic ward where Dr. Bob & Sister Ignatia worked to help 5,000 alcoholics. Memorial in the chapel on the second floor.

St. Thomas

Hospital

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Akron Central Office has a great archives as well as the giant Man on the Bed stained glass window. Go visit!

Akron Central

Office

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Rev. Tunks was responsible for Bill calling Henrietta. The call came to his rectory at the corner of Casterton Ave. & Edgerton Rd (Private residence).

Rev. Tunk's

Rectory

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No longer a Hotel, this is the place Bill W. made that phone call that led to him meeting Dr. Bob which led to the birth of A.A.

Mayflower Hotel

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Resting place of Dr. Bob & Anne Plot: Section 21, Lot 65, Grave 7

Mt. Peace

Cemetery

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Bill D. (A.A. #3), Gravesite Plot: Section F, Lot 517, Grave 3.

Greenlawn

Cemetery

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The “Drunk Squad“ of the Oxford Group met here before moving to Dr. Bob’s home (Private residence).

T. Henry & Clarace Williams Home