Fragment containing parts or all of four short chapters 84 to 87, including: verses 16 to 25 of al-inshiqāq (The sundering), all of al-Burῡj (The mansions of the stars), all of al-Ṭāriq (The morning star), and verses 1 through 14 and the first two words of verse 15 from al-A̒alá (The most high).
First page of a handwritten letter, photographed on cloth background, with small crown as letterhead. Text reads: Dear Galina, If you had showed a little trust in me when Mrs. Spangler came to you & come to me with a friend of yours we could have gone to Mr. [Maltman?] who is Southern Californias most honorable lawyer and he could have straightened it out for us. That is the part that hurts - that you immediately believed
Photograph of a manuscript document that describes related photograph 21198/zz002dfvvw and reads, "Helen Gustafson, 'Miss Sweden' of California Pacific International Exposition at Sand Diego. (Powell Press service photo)."
Handwritten note dated March 3rd predicting dire events: 1. Three nationally prominent men will die between to-night and March 13, 1933. 2. Hell will breakout between March 7th and March 13th 1933. 3. Los Angeles will be shaken by a great earth quake on one of the three days - March 19, 20, or 21st. 4. The peak of the depression will be reached on March 13th - Real readjustment will start to take place March 20th. Complete readjustment will be in effect by September 10th 1933. 5. A greater, happier future lies just before us. Phillip Haag. 1234-A-567890. This may not be worth a damn - but keep it and see how it works out.