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Archives Committee

Meeting Time: The first Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm at the Rochester Medical Museum and Archives located at 1441 East Avenue, 2nd Floor Rochester, New York 14610.

What does the Archives committee do? The Archives committee maintains and updates the Rochester Intergroup Archives, which is the repository of personal collections, Manuscripts, Publications, Photographs, and Memorabilia related to the origin and development of the Alcoholics Anonymous fellowship in the Rochester area.

How do I get in touch with the Archives committee? You can call our Central Office at (585) 232-6720 or send us an email at raacog@frontiernet.net. Our phone line is answered twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You will leave your contact information with whoever answers and they will forward that information on to the committee. Contact the committee chair directly at archives_committee@rochester-ny-aa.org.

What types of service work can A.A. members do at the Archives? A.A. members who volunteer on the Archives committee can help with a variety of administrative tasks involved with archiving materials, such as receiving, classifying and cataloging files, records, correspondence, and artifactual works considered to have historical significance to the development of the A.A. fellowship in the Rochester Area. They can also bring the archives display to fellowship events and share information related to the history of A.A. in Rochester.

Additional Information:

Policies and Procedures

Rochester A.A. History

A.A. Literature on Archives