The number 111 in white appears on recto. The photograph is titled on verso in what may be the hand of Antoin Sevruguin.
Titled "Walled court in Persia with a pond, towers and children in the foreground" with the number "111" in white also appearing on recto. 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.