This committee is concerned with preserving and organizing records of local A.A. history. The Eastern Missouri A.A. archive exists as a repository for early artifacts, correspondence, and other historically informative materials for the area. Materials are gathered, organized, indexed, protected, preserved and made available to interested members and students/researchers of A.A. history.
Traveling archives available for workshops, meetings etc.
Call the Eastern Area Office: 314-644-1130, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write:
14 Sunnen Dr., Suite 144
St. Louis, Missouri 63143
Updating the Eastern area history
Compiling district histories
Taping old-timer's stories
Collecting materials of historical significance
Come to the archives for a video show - call for more information
Update their Group's History using the Eastern Missouri Archives Group History Report.
Here is a guide for writing a an AA Group History: Group History Guide
Taking from a section of the AA Grapevine "If walls could talk" we want to create a section in the archives with the same name and create a display of the groups meeting rooms and a little history of the group. We ask for all the groups to send in a 4in.x 6in.photograph of their meeting room to the archives at #14 Sunnen Dr. Suite 144, Maplewood. Mo. 63143 or send a digital photo 4in x 6in. Photo in the jpg format and if you do this only send one photo per e-mail to email@example.com. Please no people in the pictures. Anyone having any questions can contact the archive committee @ 314-644-1130 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAMO Office and Archives • 14 Sunnen Drive • Suite 144 • Maplewood, MO 63143 • 314-644-1130 • Map It
Archives open First Wednesday of each month 1:00 PM — 6:00 PM
Archive working sessions: Third Saturday of each month 10:30 AM — 12:30 PM
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