Regarding the salary of ʻAziz al-Saltanah, daughter of Nasir al-Din Shah
Correspondence regarding the salary of ʻAziz al-Saltanah, the deceased daughter of Nasir al-Din Shah, and the share that should go to her mother, Mahbub al-Saltanah, who is her only heir. Mahbub al-Saltanah complained that because her daughter had been in debt, the share allocated to her was not enough, so she asked for more. However, her request was rejected.
Announcing ‘Aziz al-Saltanah's death, 1911
The fifteen-year-old daughter of Nasir al-Din Shah was buried at her father's mausoleum.
ʻAziz al-Saltanah's petition to Nayib al-Saltanah
Petition from ʻAziz al-Saltanah, Nasir al-Din Shah's daughter, to Nayib al-Saltanah in which she mentions her having been born shortly after her father was killed, how she had lived all her life with her mother [Mahbub al-Saltanah] and that she had not inherited anything from her father. After the Constitutional Revolution, the Majlis had cut her pension to 1000 tumans. However, Mirza Fath Allah Khan, the provincial treasurer of Gilan, returned her payslip claiming that the money has been paid to Sardar Afkham. ʻAziz al-Saltanah writes about the hardship she has gone through and how she has been forced to sell or pledge her properties to make ends meet. She explains how a bath that belonged to her was taken over by the government two months ago, complains about the hardship, and reminds Nayib al-Saltanah that she has no husband to pay for her expenses. She asks Nayib al-Saltanah to investigate this matter. The letter is accompanied by an envelope, which has ʻAziz al-Saltanah's seal.
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