Mark Whalon

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Mark A Whalon (1886–1956) was an Irish-American author. Whalon was a close friend of Bill Wilson, founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, and said to be a close influence on Wilson in his later life.

Published works[edit]

Rural Peace (LCCN: 33019932) is a 1933 book of poetry about the carefree aspects of daily life in East Dorset, Vermont.

Rural free delivery; recollections of a rural mailman (ISBN 1-113-59709-7) is a 1942 autobiographical where Whalon writes about growing up and living in East Dorset.

References[edit]