Correspondence of Sadiqah Dawlatabadi regarding her attempt to cross the border
Several telegrams about the border crossing of Sadiqah Dawlatabadi en route to Europe, and a letter in which she protests her and her physician's detention by the army while attempting to cross the border en route to France for medical treatment.
Letters from the wives of the murdered and accused murderer to Iran-i naw, 1911
Letter from Nimtaj from Rasht regarding the murder of Lutf‘ali Mu’addab al-Sultan, head of the Anzali police department; and a letter from Fatimah (daughter of ‘Ali Akbar from Isfahan and wife of Mujir al-Iyalah) whose husband is accused of murder
Cyprus travelogue of Qamar Taj Dawlatabadi with a tablet collection inventory, 1950
This notebook describes Qamar Taj Dawlatabadi's travel to Cyprus in February/March 1950 to see Subh-i Azal's family. Qamar Taj was accompanied on this trip by her sister, Fakhr Taj Dawatabadi. There are three inventories at the end of the travelogue: a tablet inventory in the original handwriting; a tablet inventory in Sayyid Husayn Katib's handwriting; and books in the original handwriting and others in iron suitcase.
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