Mora describes projects he is working on, largely magazine illustrations for Scribner's and Harpers. Most of the diary is taken up with sketches: two bathers at Lake Pearl; Mora posing for his father who is making a sculpture; Mora's wife Sonia riding a horse; a group of people in a park; his father falling out of a rowboat; and two groups of people in rowboats in the moonlight. This is one of 242 monthly pocket diaries in Mora's papers.
F. Luis Mora pocket diary, 1901 July. F. Luis Mora papers, 1895-1969, bulk 1895-1922. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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