Women's Worlds in Qajar Iran

Women's Worlds in Qajar Iran

Letter from Sarah Clock to Mrs. Platt, 1916

Letter from Sarah Clock to Mrs. Platt, 1916

Mentions the addressee’s correspondence; describes the Persian garden she and Mrs. Kappes are staying at for their vacation and rest, accompanied by Dr. Draeger, the head of German School, and his wife who converted to Baha’ism; how the wife of Dr. Draeger had fallen from the roof of the school and has a severe injury, and Sarah Clock is taking good care of her in the garden; notes that Mrs. Kappes has instituted many methods and improvements in the school that are copied by the other Persian girls’ schools; and writes of Mrs. Kappes’ meeting with the five men of the school committee and how abusive they are

Item Details

  • Date 15 August 1916
  • Collections National Baha'i Archive
  • Repository National Baha'i Archive
  • Restrictions No restrictions
  • Accessed 7 November 2022
  • Last Edited 4 February 2023
  • Record no. 14133A21
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