The number 114 in white appears on recto. On verso, the photograph is titled "Kashan" in what may be the hand of Antoin Sevrugiun.
Friedrich Rosen, "Persien in wort und Bild" (Berlin: Franz Schneider Verlag, 1926), page 210.
"Sevruguin and the Persian Image, Photographs of Iran, 1870-1930", edited by Frederick N. Bohrer, published by Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washingston, D.C., and the University of Washingston Press, Seattle and London. Page 16. The number "114" does not appear on recto of image.
The photograph is titled "Man sitting in the small pavillion of the Fin Gardens near Kashan" and the number "114" in white also appears on recto of the image. Located in the travel album by Hendrik Dunlop (1867-1944) with pictures of sights in Persia (Shiraz), Scotland, Germany, Russia, China and Canada. The album, which forms part of the Rijksmuseum collection, contains 31 pages with a total of 62 photographs with landscape, city, village and harbour views in Scotland, Germany, Russia, China, Canada and especially Iran. Dunlop was a partner of the textile company Groeneweg, Dunlop & Co. and a representative of the Dutch trading company JCP Hotz & Zoon which was located in Shiraz.