27 letters from Sauneron to Černý. 2 letters from Sauneron to Marie Černý, 1 letter (with multiple drafts) from Marie Černý to Sauneron. Professional and personal matters: -Sauneron's research and news of research-based travelling -Egyptian philology, palaeography -studies in hieratic -book exchange and purchases -occasional news of family Marie Černý consulting Sauneron regarding posthumous publications of J. Černý, as well as the use of Černý's notebooks.
6 letters from Scott, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Scott. -Deir el-Medîna material in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, finds relating to the workman Khabekhnet and his family (Thebes, TT 2, TopBib i2.6-9) -Third Intermediate Period material -Scott's study trips to Europe -personal matters
1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Varille. 1 thank you note from Černý to Varille for Loret's obituary and for arranging a posthumous publication of Loret's book, see Loret, V., La résine de Térébinthe (SONTER) chez les anciens Égyptiens (1949) (OEB 2073).
1 letter from Werblowsky, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Werblowsky, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Fiona Strachan (Griffith Institute secretary) to Werblowsky, sent in Černý's absence. Professional references for S. I. Groll. Černý providing a strong recommendation.
1 carbon copy of a letter from Williams to J. R. Harris, sent to Černý for reference. A. A. Williams, Bursar of Queen's College, informing J. R. Harris, who had been recommended by Černý for a UNESCO project in Nubia, that the College supported Harris' participation in the project.
2 letters from E. M. Williams, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to E. M. Williams. Ostraca and other objects from collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in particular objects from the Theodore M. Davis excavations in the Valley of the Kings.
18 letters from Yoyotte. Professional and personal matters: -exchange of offprints and publications -QV 53 publication by Yoyotte, see Yoyotte, J., 'The Tomb of a Prince Ramesses in the Valley of the Queens (No. 53)', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 44 (1958), 26-30 (OEB 6811) -Yoyotte's visits to the UK -situation of IFAO after the Suez crisis -personal matters
Manuscript, 3 drafts, probably intended for a paper(s) or publication chapters. New Kingdom history: -Beginnings of the XIXth Dynasty, Ramesses I and Sety I, Ramesses II, Merenptah and the Libyan invasion -End of the Nineteenth Dynasty. Setnakhte and Ramesses III -From the death of Ramesses III to the end of the XXth Dynasty
29 handwritten pages with notes in Egyptian hieratic and English. List and copies of graffiti predominantly from the Valley of the Kings, some with concordances to earlier lists of graffiti recorded by W. Spiegelberg and H. Carter.
6 pages of typescript with handwritten additions. Typescript from the Graffiti de la montagne thébaine project, listing graffiti already published by Wilhelm Spiegelberg with their GMT area (section) allocations.
5 tracings; 4 in pencil, 1 inked. Five tracings of hieratic texts. -Černý MSS 6.25A, written in large careful hieratic signs -Černý MSS 6.26, very fragmentary, could also be an ostracon fragment. Not identified. No provenance indicated.
Translation of part by Černý and tentative translation by A. H. Gardiner and R. O. Faulkner of stela of King Kamosi, with text of year 3 of Kamosi concerning his victory over the Hyksos, stela carved on a pillar from a temple of Sesostris I, found re-used in foundations of Second Pylon of Great Temple, Karnak (see TopBib ii2.37).