This file contains handwritten lessons regarding the nature of God and humanity, likely resulting from attending the Christian Science Theological Seminary in Chicago, Ill. Of the 11 lessons, four are clearly identified as Myrtle's, six are unidentified and one is by J. P. Harper, a seminary classmate of the Fillmore's. Type-written versions of these materials are available in the Unity Archives.
The Personal File contains correspondence to family and friends, many dated before 1890, and includes letters between Myrtle and Charles Fillmore prior to their marriage. (A detailed list for each folder can be found in the Finding Aid.)
|287-300||Miscellaneous letters and booklets (PDF)|
|301-320||Receipts, certificates, schedules, articles (PDF)|
|321-345||Autograph book, certificates, letters, cards (PDF)|
These documents date from 1894 to 1927 and include correspondence, notes and papers related to Wee Wisdom, Unity's magazine for children founded and edited by Myrtle Fillmore. Two folders include correspondence and submissions to the “Home Department,” an early feature of the magazine. This portion of the Collection is not available online at this time. Please contact the Unity Archives for more information.
This file consists of incoming prayer requests and typewritten carbon copies of Myrtle Fillmore's responses between 1890 and 1931. Myrtle Fillmore corresponded regularly with many people who requested prayer. These materials require special consideration due to the confidentiality of the original requests. This portion of the Collection is not available online at this time. Please contact the Unity Archives for more information.
The Posthumous File includes articles written about Myrtle Fillmore collected after her transition in 1931. This portion of the Collection is not available online at this time. Please contact the Unity Archives for more information.
This database is published as a service to the public and to enhance scholarly research on the work and life of Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of the Unity movement. Donations to the project are gratefully accepted.