A glass lantern slide numbered 100 produced by Newton & Co which formed part of a series titled "Persia" which consisted of 103 glass slides. The photographs were attributed to Reverend C. H. Stileman. However, a number were taken by other photographers, such as Antoin Sevruguin and Ernest Hoeltzer. Reverend C. H. Stileman went on to become the Anglican Bishop of Persia in 1912.
Newton & Co catalogue of lantern slides, part II, 1911/1912
The image is reproduced on page 5 of Volume IV of “Du Khorassan au pays des Backhtiaris: trois mois de voyage en Perse” by Henry-Rene D’Allemagne published in 1911 by Hachette, Paris, France. The image is titled "Charrue attelee de cinq paires de boeufs".