4 letters from G. T. Martin, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Martin, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Fiona Strachan (Griffith Institute secretary) to Martin informing him of Černý's death. Martin's studies, research projects, and a British Academy grant for the Amarna Royal tomb project.
3 letters from Matthieu, 5 carbon copies of letters from Černý to M. Matthieu. Book exchange, offprints, Matthieu's husband I. M. Lourie, objects in the Hermitage (at that time in Leningrad), ostraca in Moscow (photographs for Černý). Černý also obtained one of Matthieu's publications on Egyptian art.
1 letter from Middleton, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Middleton. Consanguineous marriage in antiquity and some papyrological questions. For the latter, Černý recommended contacting Claire Préaux.
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
6 letters from D. Müller. Ostraca in the Leipzig Museum, publication plans, personal matters including Müller's emigration from East to West Germany. Müller's acknowledgement of Černý offprint (Černý, J., 'Thoth as Creator of Languages', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 34 (1948), 121-2 (OEB 1279)).
2 letters from Černý, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to H. W. Müller. Studies in Coptic and Černý's references requested for: Westendorf, W., Koptisches Handwörterbuch. Bearbeitet auf Grund des Koptischen Handwörterbuchs Wilhelm Spiegelbergs (1965-1977) (OEB 20563).
17 letters from Nagel, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Nagel. 4 letters between third parties concerning photographs of papyri for G. Nagel. -fieldwork in Egypt -papyrus of Nu, in London, British Museum, EA 10477 (11) -papyrus of Ramose, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1922 -books and offprints -visits and travel -shared research interests in Deir el-Medîna, including ostraca -personal matters
6 letters from Neugebauer, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Neugebauer. 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to R. O. Faulkner, concerning Neugebauer's publication plans and photographs. Neugebauer's studies, Greek and Coptic horoscopes (publication using Neugebauer material see, Černý, J., Kahle, P. E. and Parker R. A. 'The Old Coptic Horoscope', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 43 (1957), 86-100 (OEB 774)).
10 letters from Newberry, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Newberry. Personal matters and research: -reading the name of king Khendjer, South Saqqâra, TopBib iii2.434 -Rosellini memorial volume, see Scritti dedicati alla memoria di Ippolito Rosellini nel primo centenario della morte (4 giugno 1943) (1945) (OEB 149922) -news on other Egyptologists, particularly E. Iversen and G. Steindorff
10 letters from Nims, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Nims. Professional and personal matters: -Nims' publication - Nims, C. F., 'An oracle dated in "the repeating of births"', in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 7  (1948), 157-62 (OEB 1469) -other oracles -Medînet Habu Geographical list -meetings
2 letters from the Nobel Prize Committee, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to the Nobel Prize Committee. Nobel Prize Committee asking for Černý's nominations for the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1964 and 1966. For 1964, Černý proposed Jean-Paul Sartre; in 1966, he declined, citing extensive fieldwork preparations as a priority.