Anthony Loret de Mola (September 20, 1903 - January 7, 1960) was a Cuban-American artist, draftsman, and mapmaker. Born in Vera Cruz, Mexico, De Mola arrived in the United States in Key West on April 5, 1929, having most recently lived in Havana, where he created maps for the Key to Havana Tourist Guide. By 1942, De Mola was working as a mapmaker for the Hagstrom Company in New York City. De Mola lived at 247 Audubon Avenue, from at least 1942 until his death in 1960. His wife Suzana (April 10, 1910 - 1981) was of Armenian descent and was born at Constantinople, Turkey. They married on July 21, 1934 and had no children.