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Charles Fillmore in Southern California, from The Household of Faith, Chapter XIV, “The Later Years”“
On December 31, 1933, he married Cora G. Dedrick, who had for many years served him and Myrtle Fillmore as private secretary and at one time had been the director of Silent Unity. They were married at Lowell Fillmore’s home on Unity Farm.
The next day, the two left for California; and Charles Fillmore, who had always been trying the untried, was off on yet another new venture. He went on a lecture tour, the first of many that were to fill the remainder of his life and take him to every part of the nation.
The tour got off to an exciting start. The first lecture was in Los Angeles. Into the Shrine Auditorium, seven thousand two hundred persons jammed to hear him speak, while more than one thousand others were turned away for lack of room.
A few years later on one of his lecture trips to California, Charles Fillmore bought a house in the San Fernando Valley outside Los Angeles. Thereafter, he divided the year between his two homes, writing and lecturing in California in the winter and teaching at the Training School at Unity Farm in the summer.
In February of 1948, he was still making speeches at Unity centers in Los Angeles.