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
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
Letter from Ashraf to Iran-i naw, 1909
Praising Madrisah-i Shah Abad established by daughters of Farman Farma
On women's education, 1911
Written by M.D. Mahmud
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
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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)
- 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)