5 letters from Donadoni, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Donadoni. Exchange of publications, the conference Le fonti indirette in Rome (see Donadoni, S. (ed.), Le fonti indirette della storia egiziana / Les sources indirectes de l'histoire égyptienne / Indirect sources of Egyptian history / Die indirekten Quellen der ägyptischen Geschichte (1963) (OEB 159370)). Further fieldwork in Nubia, including Černý's description of his epigraphical work at Abu Simbel (use of Kodatrace).
8 letters from M. Drower, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to M. Drower. Egypt Exploration Society (EES) administration, meetings and expeditions, as well as publications, e.g. Calverley, A. M. and Broome, M. F., The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, The Second Hypostyle Hall iv (1958) (OEB 8067).
72 letters from Faulkner, 11 letters and carbon copies of letters from J. Černý to Faulkner. 1 carbon copy of a letter from Faulkner to R. Moss. 3 letters exchanged between B. G. Gunn and R. O. Faulkner, copies sent to Černý. 2 letters from Faulkner to A. H. Gardiner, concerning a paper and other communications from Černý (1 letter probably addressed to (Henry) Rolf Gardiner (son of Alan G.)). 5 letters concerning R. O. Faulkner and/or publication of papers edited for the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology [JEA] by R. O. Faulkner. Professional and personal matters. Correspondence generated during Faulkner's tenure as editor of the JEA, focusing on editorial matters concerning Černý's authored and co-authored papers; in 1960, Černý was Faulkner's examiner for his D. Lit. at the University of London. They were both involved in the Gardiner settlement trust and countersigned the expenses of the trust. Personal matters include health and family of both correspondents.
4 letters from Habachi. 1 letter from Habachi to Marie Černý. Publication exchange, social contacts, Černý's stay in Egypt in 1958, especially his sojourn in Nubia. The letter to Marie Černý concerns copies of obituaries.
10 letters from Hayes, 7 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Hayes. Correspondence mainly concerned with professional matters: -Deir el-Medina finds in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, notably from the tomb of Sennedjem, TopBib i2.5, photographs of the objects from the tomb -question of ownership of a scribal palette in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 47.123, bought from the art dealer, John Tano -21st Dynasty chronology -publications exchange -Černý's plan to finalize his book on the royal workmen -Hayes satisfied with Eric Young as their new team member, Young had been recommended by Černý -also personal matters, including a planned visit by Černý to New York
1 letter from Jouguet, 1 letter from Jouguet family member (not identified). A note from Jouguet about the understanding of some titles during the Graeco-Roman period; a Jouguet family member thanking Černý for his letter of condolence in response to Jouguet's death.
4 letters from Junker, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Junker. -reading a mixed hieratic/hieroglyphic inscription in the tomb of Sekhemka at Gîza -book exchange, especially Junker's Gîza expedition publications sent in exchange for publications and off-prints from Černý
2 letters from Kasser, 1 carbon copy of a reference on behalf of Kasser written by Černý. Coptic studies and Kasser's work on the Bodmer papyri, which resulted in a number of publications dating from the 1950s to the early 2000s.
7 letters from Kees, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kees. Kees's work on priests and priestly genealogies; Kees recommending Schafik Allam as a researcher; Černý writing about changes affecting Egyptological posts in the UK.
1 letter from Kirwan, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kirwan, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý's secretary to Kirwan. Information on the UNESCO operation in Nubia, Černý mediated contact with Desroches-Noblecourt.
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.