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Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, January 8, 1932 Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, January 8, 1932 (page 1 of 9)

Frida Kahlo1932

National Museum of Women in the Arts

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Washington, D.C., United States

New York
January 8, 1932

Mamacita linda,

I received a letter from Kitty today. She says I shouldn’t be so lazy and that I should write you more often. You won’t believe it, but there are weeks when I don’t have a minute free to even scratch myself, morning, afternoon, and night. There are always people pestering me with invitations. At night I just fall on my bed exhausted from so much going from here to there. And this week, after the opening of the exhibition, has been one of the worst. Everybody wants to invite Diego to parties and teas and dinners. And when he can’t go himself because he’s working…

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  • Title: Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, January 8, 1932 Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, January 8, 1932 (page 1 of 9)
  • Creator: Frida Kahlo, Frida Kahlo
  • Date Created: 1932, 1932
  • Location Created: New York, New York
  • Original Language: Spanish, Spanish
  • Type: Document, Document
  • Rights: Nelleke Nix and Marianne Huber Collection: The Frida Kahlo Papers; National Museum of Women in the Arts Library & Research Center, Nelleke Nix and Marianne Huber Collection: The Frida Kahlo Papers; National Museum of Women in the Arts Library & Research Center
  • External Link: National Museum of Women in the Arts, National Museum of Women in the Arts

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