Correspondence from Sir Walter Rougeby Lamb (Secretary, Royal Academy of Arts, London) relating to an 'International Exhibition of the Art of Greater India' scheduled to be held in 1940 but cancelled due to the outbreak of war.
Correspondence from Charles Tandy Lamacraft (British Museum) relating to the conservation and mounting of items including glass and papyri. Also includes enclosed bills for materials and work done and letter from Thomas Cook & Son relating to the shipment of papyri (no reference number).
1 letter from Lajuncomme to Barbara Sewell (Griffith Institute secretary) written in Černý's absence; 1 carbon copy of a letter from Sewell to Lajuncomme, written in Černý's absence. Concerning the proofs of: Černý, J., 'L'origine de l'expression bohaïrique [2iom n¥ari] "Mer Rouge"', in [Sainte Fare Garnot, J. (ed.)], Mélanges Mariette (1961) , 57-62 (OEB 8268).
1 letter from Krauspe. Regarding proofs of an article by Černý, subsequently published: Černý, J., 'Coalescence of verbs with prepositions in Coptic', in Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 97 (1971), 44-6 (OEB 9646).
11 letters from Krause, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Krause. Photographs of hieratic ostraca sent to Černý from Berlin (one letter originally had an enclosure of over 20 photographs), books from the von Bissing bequest (F. von Bissing died in 1956), personal matters.
5 letters from Kraeling, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Kraeling. Černý 's visit to Chicago in early 1955, where he gave a talk on Egyptian oracles; problems faced by Western institutions in Egypt after the Suez crisis.
1 letter from Korostovtsev, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Korostovtsev. Book exchange, publications by Golenischeff for publications by Gardiner. Černý referred to a plan to visit the USSR, which eventually did not happen.