Correspondence with institutions in the United States and abroad to solicit
interest in housing Mujica's Collection of original hand drawn reproductions of the art and architecture
of pre-Columbian Mexico and New Spain. Also personal letters concerning his stay in the United States;
memoranda, inventions and evaluations of his collection, and the will which outlines the final placement
of his collection.
Born in Mexico, January 29, 1899, the son of a career diplomat, Professor
Mujica in his early years attended schools in Spain, France, Belgium, Argentina, and Chile, pursuing
his studies in higher education at the Universities of Chile, Mexico, and Paris. As President of the
Architecture Students' Center at the University of Chile, he was the School of Architecture's
delegate to the first Pan American Congress of Architects.
Number of containers: 2 boxes
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Collection is open for research.