Correspondence from Ludwig Borchardt (1863-1938) dating of the great sphinx of Giza and king statues from Thebes in the Berlin Museum including sketches (1897); painting of the head of a princess orignially in the house of Captain Timmins (1914); inscription of Ay at Akhmim (1927) [in German].
9 letters from Bothmer, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Bothmer. Monuments in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and Brooklyn Museum of Fine Art, new acquisitions for Brooklyn Museum, in particular, objects found at Deir el-Medîna. Bothmer arranged photography of Brooklyn Museum objects for Černý. Černý also mediated contacts for the museums in Prague regarding the Late Period material located there; Bothmer consulted these objects in 1933 and 1936, returning to the topic in 1958.
5 letters from Botti. Publication and off-prints exchange, social contacts and personal matters, as well as the compilation of Italian entries for Who was Who in Egyptology. Botti also refers to a congress of Oriental Studies held in Prague in 1949, which Černý did not attend.
Correspondence from James Henry Breasted (1865-1935) on topics including purchase of the MacGregor collection; arrangements for Newberry's visit; Phoenician tomb scene; information on a trip to Luxor; Egyptians not accepting the Rockefeller gift; review of The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago's Anatolian work in Antiquity, 1933.
Note: MSS 5/102 is also numbered 9 MSS 5/106 is also numbered 8 MSS 5/112 is also numbered A.74 MSS 5/113 is also numbered 279
Correspondence from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) including correspondence with Leonard Cottrell relating to research for a programme on the life of Akhnaton and a trip by Cottrell to Cairo.