On the albumen print the number "437" in white ink appears on recto. On verso, the photograph is titled "A Gilak" in what may be in the hand of Antoin Sevruguin. The print is also titled "A Gilak woman" in French on verso. The image on the glass lantern slide has been cropped and no number appears on recto. The slide itself is titled "Village girl" and forms part of a series called "Living Races". Whilst several images from Newton & Co's two series of Persian subject matter appear in "The Living Races of Mankind" published in 1901, this particular image does not.
Page 109 of "Sevruguin's Iran" published by Barjesteh van Waalwijk van Doorn & Co's Uitgeversmaatschappij in Rotterdam and Zaman Publishers in Tehran. Titled: "A sitting Gilak woman". The number "437" in white is also visible on recto.
Antoin Sevrugiun photographs of Persia, 1880s-1890s, The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Accession no. 2017.R.25-39. Titled "Mendiant (Ghuilan)". Numbered in negative "737" (maybe 437?).
This image is attributed to Antoin Sevruguin and appears in the "History of Photography and Pioneer Photographers" in Iran by Yahya Zoka. Published in 1997 by Offset Press Inc., Tehran. The image is described in Parsi as "A Gilak woman". The number "437" in white also appears on recto.
A reproduction of this image is located on page 252 of “Antoin Sevruguin: Past and Present” published by The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago in 2020. The image is titled "A Mohammedan girl".