Miscellaneous letters addressed to Sakinah Khanum
Miscellaneous letters addressed to Sakinah Khanum, daughter of ʻAbbas Khan Tunikabuni Muntazim al-Mulk and second wife of Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam, including the following: one in which the author, possibly Sakinah Khanum's sister, congratulates her about her new house; one in which a woman from Tunikabun writes to her with news of family servants; Khayr al-Nisaʼ writes to her and mentions that she has sent a gift of orange blossoms; one in which her father, ʻAbbas Khan Tunikabuni Muntazim al-Mulk, writes to her; and from her sister-in-law, Zahra Khanum. The related envelope includes a letter from Mustafa asking her to hire his daughter and son-in-law, and an additional note.
Letters of Farah al-Saltanah
Letters of Farah al-Saltanah, daughter of Yumn al-Dawlah Dawlatshahi, including a letter to her husband, Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam, and to her stepdaughter, ʻAziz al-Muluk.
Correspondence between Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam and Amjad al-Vizarah
Correspondence between Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam and his son-in-law, Sayyid ʻAbd Allah Shaykh al-Islami (Amjad al-Vizarah).
Miscellaneous letters of Amjad al-Vizarah
Miscellaneous letters of Sayyid ʻAbd Allah Shaykh al-Islami (Amjad al-Vizarah), including letters from Mirza Abu Turab, Majd al-Islam, Fakhr al-Muluk, Ashraf al-Sadat, Manizhah Safdari Qajar (wife of Amjad al-Vizarah), ʻAziz Kashi(?), Khanum Khanumha, Muhibb ʻAli to Amjad al-Vizarah, and his letters to Bisharat al-Dawlah and his sister Fakhri Muʻazzam.
Letters from Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam to Munshi Bashi
Letters include the following: Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam writes to Mirza Hasan Khan Munshi Bashi about a trip to Tunikabun; about the division of a shipment of lettuce among family members; about the government's seizure of the properties of Qamar Khanum, daughter of Sa‘d al-Saltanah; Mirza Hasan instructs Munshi Bashi to give 700 tumans to Rafʻat al-Saltanah Mulkara, wife of his deceased father, Mirza Masʻud Shaykh al-Islam, to settle a family inheritance dispute; about the state of affairs since the constitutional revolution, and the efforts of his wife, Rukhsarah Khanum, to get him to stop smoking opium; about purchasing household provisions, including grapes, watermelons, nuts, whey, bedding, lanterns and ice boxes; Mirza Hasan writes to Munshi Bashi to ask Sayyid Jamal al-Din Mujtahid to pray for his sick daughter, ʻIshrat Khanum; about the illness of his daughter, ʻIshrat Khanum, and his correspondence with Nizam al-Muluk, Majd al-Muluk, and Nizam al-Dawlah. The letter also includes a petition to Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islam requesting money for a wedding; Mirza Hasan writes to Munshi Bashi about wedding arrangements for his daughter, ʻAziz al-Muluk; Mirza Hasan asks Munshi Bashi to buy clothing for Asiyah Khanum and her servants. In another letter Mirza Hasan gives his consent to the marriage of Taj Khanum, an older unmarried female cousin, and writes about a dispute among servants; Mirza Hasan writes to Munshi Bashi about various properties and instructs him to purchase 105 British pounds for ʻIshrat al-Muluk Khanum, pay his newspaper subscriptions, and send him stationery and Shirazi tobacco; Mirza Hasan writes to Munshi Bashi about the dismissal of ʻIshrat Khanum's nanny and pregnancy of ʻAziz al-Muluk; Mirza Hasan writes to Munshi Bashi about some properties and a transaction involving Qamar Khanum, daughter of Sa‘d al-Saltanah.
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