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).
Lower Egyptian nomes. Map of Nubia with some toponyms (33 verso - 34 recto). Facsimiles of cubit-measures: -Berlin, Ägyptisches Museum, 7358 -London, British Museum, EA 36656 -New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 25.7.41 & 41.160.102
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.
1 card with name and address of Mgr. Lisowska, with an enclosed draft of a letter from Černý to Mgr. Lisowska. Data for the stela of Merer, Cracow, MNK-XI-999 (TopBib v.164), Černý records museum number as 939 in the letter, later published: Černý, J., 'The stela of Merer in Cracow', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 47 (1961), 5-9 (OEB 8269).
7 letters from S. Morenz. 2 letters, correspondence between Černý and the Home Office, concerning a visa for S. Morenz. S. Morenz's planned trip to the UK; objects in Leipzig (stela of Penbuy, in Leipzig Museum, 5141, TopBib i2.732); an invitation to contribute to Festschrift Anthes (see Černý, J., 'A Note on the Chancellor Bay', in Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 93 (1966), 35-9 (OEB 11676)).
25 letters from Moss, 2 copies of letters from Černý to Moss. 6 letters from Moss to Jean Tudor-Pole (Černý's secretary at University College London), 4 letters from Tudor Pole to Moss. Materials and data for the Topographical Bibliography: -especially sites in Sinai -objects in Brooklyn Museum and other US museums -objects in Turin, Museo Egizio -statue of Queen Karomama in the Louvre, TopBib i2.681-2 -travel information -contacts with the international Egyptological community