Dowry registry of Talʻat al-Muluk, 1917
Dowry registry of Talʻat al-Muluk; includes a Qur’an, copper, gold, fabric, silver, mirrors, tableware, samovar, tirmah, lamps, kitchenware, clothing, jewels and jewelry. The dowry receipt is sealed by Muhammad Mukhatab Huzur. He confirms everything written by Talʻat al-Muluk.
Mahin Dukht, daughter of Talʻat al-Muluk
Mahin Dukht (daughter of Talʻat al-Muluk), Abu al-Qasim Bahrami (son of Mah Taban and father of Elaheh), and their son, Arsalan Bahrami.
Pictured in the front row are, from the left: Mah Rukhsar (aunt of Talʻat al-Muluk), Talʻat al-Muluk, Talʻat al-Muluk's sister-in-law [?], and Qamar al-Zaman (sister of Talʻat al-Muluk); in the back row, from the left: Furugh (daughter of Qamar al-Zaman), ʻIzzat Allah (son of Talʻat al-Muluk), unidentified, Manizhah Khanum (daughter of Mah Rukhsar), Talʻat al-Muluk's brother [?], unidentified, Mahin Dukht, Habib Allah Mukhatab Rafiʻi, and Nusrat Khanum (daughter of Qamar al-Zaman)
- D Reset
- Djewels and jewelry
- DTalʻat al-Muluk