Letter from Mahd-i ‘Ulya to ‘Ayn al-Mulk, 1863
She talks about I‘timad al-Dawlah's recovery, his overeating, and Hakim Bashi and Hakam Masih's visit; mentions sending ‘Izzat al-Dawlah and her children to Kashanak on the first day of the month, considered a fortunate time; talks about Iftikhar and Qamar al-Saltanah's visit and making halva for Arba‘in; mentions the Shah's aunt's appetite despite her stomach pain; and asks about the promisory note the addressee was supposed to send for a ring
Mahd ‘Ulya's correspondence
Correspondence of Mahd ‘Ulya, mother of Nasir al-Din Shah, including a letter from Nasir al-Din Shah concerning properties of Surur al-Saltanah; a letter to ‘Ali Quli Mirza I‘tizad al-Saltanah; a letter to Mirza Jan; letters from Mahd ‘Ulya to Shahzadah Jan concerning family and property matters including travel to Khurasan, Mi‘mar's sit-in, and Tarim properties.
- D Reset
- Djewels and jewelry
- DAnushiravan Khan ‘Ayn al-Mulk (I‘tizad al-Dawlah)