The Ghani Collection is a rich collection of documents in Persian of the Qajar period (1785-1925). The collection consist of more than 1,000 documents including official correspondence of the Qajar rulers and statesmen. A guideline, both in English and Persian, makes the use of this collection more efficient to historians.
The five texts made available here (Zamimeh-ye Tarikh-e Montazam-e Naseri (vol. 2), Zamimeh-ye Khayrat-e Hesan (vols. 1–3), and Zamimeh-ye Ketab al-Tadvin fi Ahval-e Jabal-e Sharvin) were all written under the supervision and direction of Mohammad Hasan Khan Eʿtemad al-Saltaneh (1259–1313 A.H. / 1843–96), a statesman, scholar, and author of late nineteenth-century Iran.