Mora describes his social activities: visits with friends, dinners, including a dinner at the MacDowell club where he participated in a stunt that involved 14 artists drawing at the same time on one long sheet of paper. He mentions progress on his artworks, a visit to an exhibit, and commissions including one from the consul of Uruguay. Includes three sketches: one of a man with an umbrella on a rainy street; one of a man looking at paintings in a gallery, captioned "Pratt Institute;" and an unfinished sketch of two people either fighting or dancing. This is one of 242 monthly pocket diaries kept by Mora in the F. Luis Mora papers.
F. Luis Mora pocket diary, 1912 Mar.. F. Luis Mora papers, 1895-1969, bulk 1895-1922. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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