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Lady Cockroach is a short play for children published in 1929 in the city of Shiraz, Iran.
According to the cover, the author Mirza Jabbar Askarzadeh (often known as Jabbar Baghtcheban) was the head-teacher of a kindergarten in Shiraz. He later established the first Iranian kindergarten for the deaf, and was the inventor of Persian cued speech.

* Courtesy of Women’s Worlds in Qajar Iran Digital Archive, Harvard Library.
Lady Cockroach (1)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (2)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (3)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (4)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (5)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (6)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (7)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (8)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (9)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (10)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

Lady Cockroach (11)

Lady Cockroach, A children’s play, 1929.

✤ Also available in: Persian

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