Najat al-Muslimat [Salvation of Muslim women], 1809 or 1810
A religious guide for Muslim women, written by Nuri Jahan Tihrani, daughter of Haji ‘Abd al-Ghaffar Tihrani.
Originally written by Mulla ʻAbd al-Rasul Madani Kashani (1863 or 64–1946 or 47), in 1894 or 1895 [1312 AH].
Originally written in 1927, and re-issued with additional sections in December 1935. Lithograph published as a section of Favaʾid al-mutikalimin, edited by ʻAbd al-Rasul Madani Kashani (1863 or 64–1946 or 47).
‘Ali Akbar Siyahpush to Azarmidukht Pizishk-niya, 1934
Advice letter on how to behave and treat her family and husband
Letters to wife
After mentioning not receiving any letters from his wife, the writer acknowledges the hardship he has caused in their marriage and promises to make a better life for her. He also refers to Mahd-i ‘Ulya's letter and her agreement to mediate on his behalf.
Letter from a woman to Iran-i naw, 1910
Encouraging ethical behavior
Announcement by head of all girls' schools, 1911
Sayyid Husayn ‘Idalat, head of all girls' schools, writes about filling out the teacher identification forms.
Founding a school for girls, 1910
The school, founded by Sadr al-Atibba’'s wife, is praised by Razi al-Mulk, father of one of the students
Speech by a student of Dabistan-i Hunar, 1911
On encouraging others to send their daughters to school, and asking the Ministry of Education to improve girls schools and programs and to provide specific books for them
Letter from Ashraf to Iran-i naw, 1909
Praising Madrisah-i Shah Abad established by daughters of Farman Farma
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- Iran-i naw -- Letters of women to Iran-i naw(4)
- Iran-i naw -- News of girls' schools(4)
- Iran-i naw -- Women in other countries(2)
- Iran-i naw -- Speeches at girls' schools(2)
- Iran-i naw -- Articles about women(2)
- Harvard College Library(2)
- Yasaman Kalantari ‘Amiri(1)
- National Library and Archives of the Islamic Republic of Iran -- Mahd-i ‘Ulya Documents(1)
- Malek National Library and Museum Institute(1)
- Iran-i naw -- Articles written by women(1)
- Iran-i naw -- Women in the city and miscellaneous news(1)