Booklet of residency, 1944
Belonged to Banu ʻAziz[ah] Asifi, born in 1865 in Tehran; resident of Kirmanshah.
Two letters in an envelope
In the first letter, the writer reports that s/he received the 20 oranges that the addressee had sent and s/he thanks her/him, and talks about the well-being of some of family members. The writer greets Sultan Javad Khan at the end. In the second letter, the writer says that s/he has received the letter of the addressee and that Khanum is better now. S/he asks about the wellbeing of Nanah, and sends greetings to Samsam Nizam and others.
Letter to ʻAzizah
"My dear ʻAzizah, I hope you are doing well. I'm eager to see you, but I'm away from you. What can I do? Khanum is coming. You will be alone and it will be difficult for you and me. You should be patient and pray to God. God will calm you down if you are patient." Maniʻ al-Mulk
The family of General Javad Asifi; pictured in the upper row are, from the left: Rahim Asifi, Saʻid Asifi, Majid Asifi, and Riza Asifi; and in the lower row: ʻAzizah Maniʻi, Ziba Asifi, Mina Asifi, and General Javad Asifi
- D Reset
- D‘Azizah Mani‘i