Letter from Rasht official about a loan
Receipt of funds from Ministry of War, 1916
Stipend of Ministry of War's employees, 1915
Stipend of Ministry of War's employees, 1915 or 1916
The list includes salaries of a supervisor, a translator, two secretaries, and two copyists.
Muhammad Muntasiri to ‘Amid Lashkar, 1925
Envelope is addressed to ‘Amid Lashkar the Secretary of the brigade in North West Urumiyah, from Muhammad Muntasiri, member of Army Finance Department. It is accompanied by a satirical letter to ‘Amid Lashkar from his cousin, Muhammad Muntasiri, on the letterhead of the Ministry of War, about his objection to ‘Amid Lashkar's marriage. The first sheet, dated December 23, 1924 and addressed to Aqa Mirza ‘Ali Asghar Khan, states that, based on the report of a committee made up of four women, this marriage was not approved. Enclosed is the copy of the report with the names of four women: Kulsum Nanah, Bibi Shah Zaynab, Dadah Bazm Ara, and Khalah Jan.
Regarding the petition of Safar and Ruqiyah against the wife of Lutf ʻAli Khan, the officer of the army
Safar and Ruqaiyyah write that their twelve year old daughter was killed by the wife of Lutf ʻAli Khan, the officer of army, the master of the house in which they worked as domestic servants. The girl was alive for a week and doctors could witness that she died because of being beaten by Lutf ʻAli Khan's wife. Lutf ʻAli Khan confessed that his wife beat the girl, but no one was willing to pursue the case, so Safar and Ruqaiyyah asked the Majlis to investigate the case and help them in achieving justice for the poor girl.
Letter to Hamdam al-Saltanah, 1917
After the greeting, the author expresses their happiness for Hamdam al-Saltanah’s recovery, encourages Hamdam al-Saltanah to travel to Isfahan for a visit and to check on her properties
Letter from Muntasir Lashkar
On the letterhead of Accounting Office of the Ministry of War's Azarbayjan army; Muntasir Lashkar expresses his appreciation of the addressee' s contributions in dividing the inheritance and his concern at not receiving his payments and sends the news that the household folk and children are all well but miss the addressee.
Letter from Muntasir Lashkar to ‘Amid Lashkar
About sending some documents, not receiving Baba Khan's promissory notes from last year, concern about the expenses for his and ‘Amid Lashkar's households, sending a thirty-tuman draft via Haji Isma‘il; says that from the letters of both ‘Amid Lashkar and his child [probably ‘Amid Lashkar's wife and Muntasir Lashkar's daughter, Ma‘sumah Sultan], Muntasir Lashkar understands that there is some quarrelling in their house. He is concerned about his daughter and asks ‘Amid Lashkar's mother to look after her and be patient with her. He also asks ‘Amid Lashkar to pay two tumans to his sister Fatimah Khanum and sends greetings to her and her children.
Siqat al-Saltanah Saduqi to Mirza Isma‘il Khan Saduqi, 1924
Three sheets of a letter and an envelope from Siqat al-Saltanah Saduqi to his brother, Mirza Isma‘il Khan Saduqi; about being dismissed from governorship of Quchan and the subsequent difficulties, including financial hardship for Sarkar Khanum; discusses political and governmental issues; asks his brother to follow up on his situation in Tehran and to send greetings to Khanum on his behalf and reassures them that he will telegraph her in order for her and ‘Ali Akbar to join him as soon as he secures a position,.
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- Haj Mirza Abu Turab Shaykh al-Islam(2)
- Zivar Khanum Sarimi(1)
- Zahra Khanum (Sheikholeslami Collection)(1)
- Shahzadah Khanum (Galin Baji) Balqays Muʻizzi(1)
- Sadiqah Khanum (daughter of Sitarah Khanum and Mirza Mas‘ud Shaykh al-Islam)(1)
- Muhammad Vali Khan Tunikabuni(1)
- Mirza ʻAbd Allah Amjad al-Vizarah(1)
- Mirza Hasan Shaykh al-Islami (Raʼis al-Mujahidin)(1)
- Hamdam al-Saltanah(1)
- Abu al-Hasan Khan Baha' Nizam(1)