This picture belongs to a collection of photographs taken by ʻAbd Allah Mirza, Nuzhat al-Muluk's husband. Those pictures depicting ʻAbd Allah Mirza himself are taken by someone else.
Residence Mu‘tazid al-Saltanah, 1896
Residence of Muhammad Mirza Mu‘tazid al-Saltanah. Names that appear on top of photo: Mu‘tazid al-Saltanah, ʻAli Quli Mirza son of Maqsud al-Saltanah, Mirza Rabiʻ Aqa, Muhammad Hasan Mirza, Sharif Khan, servants. Names on bottom of image: ʻImad al-Saltanah, Manuchihr Mirza, ʻAbd al-Husayn Khan, Afkham al-Dawlah, Shuʻaʻ al-DIn Mirza, ʻAyn al-Saltanah, Taj al-Din Mirza.
Hajiyah Valiyah Khanum [to Afkham al-Dawlah?]
Letter from Hajiyah Valiyah Khanum (‘Abbasah) Salur, daughter of ‘Izz al-Dawlah Salur and Tajmah Khanum and wife of Fakhr al-Mulk Ardalan, possiblly to her brother, Afkham al-Dawlah (Faridun Mirza Salur) concerning family matters.
Letter probably from ‘Ayn al-Saltanah
Letter probably from Qahraman Mirza Salur (‘Ayn al-Saltanah) with a list of daily expenses; writing from Alamut, Qazvin, he talks about his bad health and expresses his disappointment that the recipient had not told him about her/his journey to Mecca, while also asking her/him to sacrifice a sheep on his behalf. ‘Ayn al-Saltanah also talks about his intention to travel to Beirut to visit Hurmuz Mirza [his nephew]. He asks about the well-being of Fakhr al-Mulk [probably his brother-in-law, Fakhr al-Mulk Ardalan] and his wife and expresses his satisfaction that Zari is accompanying the letter receiver in this journey. The third page is a list of daily expenses, including money received from Zari and money for the purchase of sheep for Haji Afkham al-Dawlah [his brother, Faridun Mirza Afkham al-Dawlah].
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- DFaridun Mirza Salur (Afkham al-Dawlah)