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Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, November 23, 1931 Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, November 23, 1931 (page 4 of 6)

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…but I think it’ll be difficult.

Caro also told me that Antonio had stopped by. He’s the one from San Juanico who’s taking care of Diego’s land. If he comes back, tell him that Diego will send him money for the taxes one of these days. He’s a good person. You can trust him.

This hotel is good, but very expensive. We pay one hundred and seventy five dollars a month, but Diego prefers to pay a bit more rather than stay in some hovel, far from where he’s painting and I agree.

Thank el Güerito very much for the telephone and tell him I send a lot of kisses to la Chula, Carlangas, and to Sor.

If you need anything, let me know. Don’t be shy, Linda. No matter how often they tell me you’re just fine, I’m always worried about you.

I hope we won’t be going to San Francisco. If we don’t, we’ll be in Mexico in August. Whatever happens, I don’t think we’ll be here long.

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  • Title: Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, November 23, 1931 Letter from Frida Kahlo to her mother Matilde Calderón de Kahlo, November 23, 1931 (page 4 of 6)
  • Creator: Frida Kahlo, Frida Kahlo
  • Date Created: 1931, 1931
  • 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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