Katonah home placed on National Register of Historic Places

The Katonah home of William Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Stepping Stones, was the home of "Bill W. and Lois W." and is a big part of how William and Lois Wilson gave hope to millions of alcoholics and their families. William has been listed among the most influential Americans of the 20th Century. He wrote ?The Twelve Steps,? an AA guidebook to sobriety.

William?s wife, Lois W., founded Al-Anon and Alateen as a support for the spouses and children of alcoholics. She also formed the foundation that owns the home. The hope is the listing on the National Register of Historic Places will help preserve the Wilsons? message of hope.

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