‘Abd al-Husayn Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk to Surur al-Saltanah
‘Abd al-Husayn Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk (Taymurtash) writes to Surur al-Saltanah about expecting her letter and finally receiving it, about her eye pain, how he misses her, and how he cannot continue without her. He then talks about a dispute between Salar and the family of a Mujahid [fighter], and also the possible governance of Turbat by Salar. He asks Surur not to mention these to anyone as these are governmental secrets.
Surur al-Saltanah and Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk love letters, 1909 to 1910
Love letters of ‘Abd al-Husayn Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk (Taymurtash), son of Karim Dad Khan, to Surur al-Saltanah, daughter of Zarrin Kulah Khanum and Khazin al-Mulk, accompanied by some envelopes and part of a letter, probably from Surur al-Saltanah to Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk. These letters were most likely written during the time between their ‘Aqd (formal contract of marriage) and ‘Arusi (marriage celebration and consummation), while Surur al-Saltanah was living in Tehran and Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk was traveling between Tehran and Khurasan; the letters have also been separately included in this collection; see related items.
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- Dpolitics and government
- D‘Abd al-Husayn Taymurtash (Mu‘azzaz al-Mulk)