Correspondence related to Taj al-Dawlah
Correspondence regarding the pension of Taj al-Dawlah, Nasir al-Din Shah’s wife: 1- a letter on the letterhead of the Prime Minister addressed to the Ministry of Finance, stating that despite the approval of the cabinet, Taj al-Dawlah’s pension has not been paid to her. The writer is requesting the payment of all her delayed funds; 2- a letter on the letterhead of the Prime Minister, stating that upon the approval of the cabinet on 15 July, 1913, Taj al-Dawlah’s pension (from 21 March, 1913) will be fully paid to her on a monthly basis; 3- a letter from Taj al-Dawlah complaining about not receiving her pension, which is accompanied by an envelope addressed to the government with a marginal note addressed to Nasr al-Mulk stating that the previous order by the ministers has been approved by the Prime Minister.
- Date circa. 1912 or 1913
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- Accessed 10 October 2013
- Last Edited 7 November 2013
- Record no. 1261A28