F. Luis Mora notebooks, 1899 to 1922,
Smithsonian Archives of American Art.
other materials, and photographic plates stored by the artistís family.
Interviews with the artistís niece, who
wishes to remain anonymous at this time.
with three children of Dr. Nelson Hume, the artistís lifelong friend.
Nelson Hume was Headmaster of the Canterbury School, New Milford,
Connecticut, and Best Man at the artist's wedding in 1932..
Public and Private Records:
Art Students League:
archives and paintings.
Boston Museum School of Art: class records.
National Academy of Design: archives
Smithsonian Museum: World War I poster
U.S. Commerce Department wage and price data
illustrations by F. Luis Mora, various issues from 1895 to 1940:
The Art Digest
New York Tribune (now The NY Times)
Red Cross Magazine
Womenís Home Companion
Harperís National Weekly
Harperís Bazar (sic)
Ladies Home Journal
Books and reference volumes
Artists of the Litchfield
Michael Austin, Mattatuck Museum, 2003.
Benezit Directory of
Painters and Designers,
Editions Grund, 1999 (in French).
Biographical Gallery of
Spanish artists of the 19th Century,
M. OSSORIO Y
BERNARD, Madrid, Moreno and Rojas (in Spanish)
Galleries of the Exposition
Exposition, San Francisco), Eugen Neuhaus, Paul Elder and Company, 1915.
One Hundred Years of
Painting in Spain and Portugal
(1830-1930) Ed. Antiqvaria S.A. Madrid, 4th volume, 1986 (in Spanish)
Who was Who in American
Peter Falk, Sound View Press, 1999.
PW Daily for Booksellers, Jan 27, 2003.
The New York Times Database and other databases
provided by Yale University Libraries.