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Letters, writings, photographs, works of art and printed material relating to painter and illustrator F. Luis Mora and his relationship with his daughter Rosemary Mora.
Letters, 1935-1939, are from F. Luis to Rosemary. Writings include a diary by Rosemary, 1941-1942. Photographs are of F. Luis and Rosemary. Printed material includes clippings about F. Luis Mora.
An addition of 21 items received 2014 includes nine letters (many illustrated) from F. Luis to Rosemary Mora, 1937 and undated, a photograph of F. Luis Mora, Rosemary and F. Luis, and photographs of works of art by F. Luis Mora.
Rosemary Mora papers, 1930-1942. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Rosemary Mora (1918-1972) was the daughter of painter and illustrator F. Luis Mora.
Donated 1978 by William E. Schremp and 2014 by Dolores Rothwell, a childhood friend of Rosemary Mora's.
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