Student awards of Taj al-Muluk Tajbakhsh
Student awards of Taj al-Muluk Tajbakhsh (6th and 9th grades), including an award certificate affixed on inside cover of Saʻdi's Gulistan and an award certificate affixed on inside cover of Asadi Tusi's Garshasbnamah.
Correspondence of Sadiqah Dawlatabadi with the Ministry of Education
Correspondence of Sadiqah Dawlatabadi with the Ministry of Education, 1928-1936, including a letter certifying Sadiqah Dawlatabadi as inspector of girls' schools, 11 October 1928; her employment contract, 18 May 1931; and a letter about auditing a school for girls in Qum, 29 January 1936.
Student awards of Khanum Hajib
Student awards from the Ministry of Education for Khanum Hajib [Nayyirah ‘Uzma], daughter of Hajib al-Dawlah: 1- a silver medal for her educational accomplishments as well as her Essays in English and French read in the presence of Nayib al-Saltanah [Nasir al-Mulk] (30 January, 1912), 2- a golden medal (undated)
Letter of warning from Teachers College, 1937
Letter of warning from Teachers College to Khanum [Ruqiyah] Khvajah-nuri, on the letterhead of the Ministry of Education, Endowments, and Fine Arts, about her absence from Pishahangi [scouting] classes
Initial and final pages of a Saʻdi’s Gulistan, Farkhondeh Sohraby student award, 1924
Mushar al-Dawlah, a representative of the Ministry of Education, granted this award to Farkhondeh Khanum [Sohraby], daughter of Haji Badi al-Saltanah on November 11, 1924, after the completion of her exams; it bears the seal of the Namus School.
Letter to Abu al-Hasan Khan, 1923
On the letterhead of Azarbayjan's Ministry of Education and Endowments; about the writer's meeting with Muntasir, his and ‘Amid Lashkar's disappointment with Abu al-Hasan Khan (the addressee), and giving him some advice; he mentions that he is not happy with the addressee's sister attending the party at Haji Muhammad Husayn Aqa-yi ‘Ajam's house, writes that affection should go both ways, and mentions Haji Isma‘il Aqa's lack of affection for them.
Appointment as calligraphy instructor, 1931
On the letterhead of the Ministry of Education, Endowments, and Fine Arts. Ruqiyah Khvajah-nuri is appointed as the calligraphy instructor for a girls elementary school, starting from October 9, 1931; her salary is ten tumans per month.
The writer is concerned about the addressee's health since he had left while still ill, saying that he should take a leave to come home if he is still sick as there is no one there to take care of him -- Sarkar ‘Aliyah was so concerned that she wanted to go to Sharafkhanah; urges him to write about himself and then shares some news, including the arrival of the malevolent Javad; the writer mentions his own illness, reports that they have asked Sayf Allah Khan to agree to the addressee's leave and that they wanted to telephone him but could not because the wind caused the telephone pole to fall; also mentions revoking the house he had purchased by agreeing to pay the fifteen-tuman fee, but is relieved now.
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