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Seiberling, Henrietta Bucklerlocked

(18 March 1888–05 December 1979)
  • Bill Pittman
  •  and Richard G. Burns

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Seiberling, Henrietta Buckler (18 March 1888–05 December 1979), member of a Christian fellowship, the Oxford Group, who brought together and inspired the cofounders of Alcoholics Anonymous, was born in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, the daughter of Judge Julius A. Buckler and Mary Maddox. Henrietta’s childhood was spent in Texas, where her father was judge of the common pleas court in El Paso. She attended and received an A.B. degree from Vassar College, majoring in music with a minor in psychology. She met J. Frederick Seiberling, the son of Akron’s rubber industry leader, ...

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