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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
In the late 19th century and early in 20th century, carpet-weavers’ issue became important in Iran’s history, because the first labor union charter in [ran was drawn up at the time, and owing to ever increasing number of industrial workers. There are myriads of precious records in theParliament’s library, which explain the cycles of developments of the charters in the region. The above records encompass letters and telegraphs, which have been exchanged between international organizations, Prince Arfa'a al-Dowleh, National Parliament, the then foreign ministry of Iran and governor of Kerman. The subject of these letters, includes working conditions in Kerman, highlighting bad conditions for Kerman workers. Miserable workshops, as well as the degree of importance, given by the government to the laborers. Thus, the author has studied the records due to their prime importance.