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Dick B interviews Jim H about Sept Vermont trip Part 2

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Our guest will be Jim H. of Auburn, Washington. He participated in and photographed every phase of the International Christian Recovery Coalition’s Alcoholics Anonymous history and Christian Recovery Movement workshops and studies of the upbringings of A.A.'s cofounders, Bill W. and Dr. Bob, in the State of Vermont. His interview covers his recollections, photography work, slide-show photographs, and comments on the workshops at the places listed below.

Burlington, Vermont--Sept. 2.

St. Johnsbury, Vermont: center of Dr. Bob’s boyhood Christian upbringing, Sept. 3-5: Fairbanks Inn; Fairbanks Scales Plant; Dr. Bob’s boyhood home at 20 Summer Street (now 297 Summer Street); Summer Street School; North Congregational Church (the "Dr. Bob Core Library"); Fairbanks Museum; the Young Men’s Christian Association building; the Courthouse; the house and public offices across the street; the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum; and the St. Johnsbury Academy and Grace Orcutt Library.

Northfield, Vermont--Sept. 6: Norwich Military Academy and Kreitzberg Library.

Gill, Massachusetts--Sept. 6: Dwight L. Moody's Mount Hermon School and Schauffler Library.

Manchester, Vermont--Sept 7-8: Burr and Burton Seminary; Rev. Sidney K. Perkins' home; the First Congregational Church of Manchester; the Burnham summer home; the George Thacher summer home; the Mark Skinner Library; and Zion Episcopal Church.

East Dorset and Emerald Lake, Vermont—Sept. 7 and 8: The East Dorset Congregational Church, the Wilson House, the Griffith House and Library, and nearby Mount Aeolus.

Rutland, Vermont—Sept. 8: the Wilson home on Chestnut Street, the Church Street School; the Grace Congregational Church.

Burlington, Vermont—Sept. 9: The Bailey Howe Library.