Regarding Khadijah Khanum Vaqar al-Saltanah and Fatimah Khanum Sharaf al-Saltanah's salaries, 1910
Documents include letters of salary confirmation for Khadijah Khanum Vaqar al-Saltanah, daughter of Haj Husayn‘ali Tajir (merchant) and wife of Nasir al-Din Shah, and Fatimah Khanum Sharaf al-Saltanah, daughter of Nasir al-Din Shah and wife of Vakil al-Sultan; their power of attorney (due to illness) to Mirza ‘Aliriza to represent and receive their salaries; and their identity verification and salary forms
From a group of Qajar princes and princesses to Sardar Sipah, 1923
Letter from a group of Qajar princes and princesses to Sardar Sipah, concerning their property inheritance from Muhammad Shah. The group includes ‘Izz al-Dawlah (son of Muhammad Shah), Iftikhar al-Saltanah, Qudrat al-Saltanah, Sharaf al-Saltanah (the latter three all daughters of Nasir al-Din Shah), ‘Aziz al-Dawlah (daughter of Muhammad Shah), ‘Amid al-Dawlah, son of ‘Aziz al-Dawlah, Akram al-Dawlah, son of Malik Ara, and ‘Izz al-Saltanah. They ask Sardar Sipah for the division of the properties documented in Ruzat al-Safa and Nasikh al-Tavarikh and that Haji Mirza Aqasi had handed over to...
Khayrat-i hisan, 3 volumes, Tehran: no publisher, 1887, 1888, and 1889. Compiled by by Muhammad Hasan Khan Iʿtimad al-Saltanah, a biographical dictionary of famous women of Islam, provides information on some forty learned women from courtly circles in Qajar period.
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