More than 30 rare documents, letters, original photographs, business cards, books and various documents of the Iranian politician’s family. Mirza Riza Khan Arfa od Dovla (1846-1937) was a prominent Iranian statesman and political figure, writer. He was a member of the High Society of the Principality of Monaco. He was Persian envoy to Russian and Ottoman Empires. His diplomatic career began in Tiflis, where he worked at the Iranian Consulate in the Caucasus. In 1899 he took an active part in the Hague Peace Conference. In 1904 and in 1933-1937 he was nominated 5 times for the Nobel Peace Prize.