4 letters from Gadd, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Gadd Černý's work on oracles; I. E. S. Edwards' candidature to the British Academy, the position of Oriental Studies in the British Academy.
129 letters from A. H. Gardiner, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to A. H. Gardiner. 1 copy of a letter from A. H. Gardiner to R. Caminos forwarded to Černý. 1 letter from M. L. Horn to Černý, forwarded through A. H. Gardiner.
Correspondence from A. H. Gardiner concerned with both professional and personal matters, notably: -ostraca and papyri and their collection and publication -research queries - measures of capacity -other publications by Černý and Gardiner - P. Wilbour, the Will of Naunakhte -questions of ancient Egyptian administration and economy -academic positions, Oxford, London -publishing in the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology -British Academy -Topographical Bibliography and the Griffith Institute -family and other personal matters
37 letters from Sainte-Fare Garnot, 3 carbon copies and 1 draft of letters from Černý to Sainte-Fare Garnot. Professional as well as personal matters: -Coptic etymologies, including publication, Černý, J., 'Some Coptic etymologies III', in Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 57 (1958), 203-13 (OEB 6080). -ostraca -reading of texts -Deir el-Medîna -impact of the Suez crisis and the aftermath, 1956-7 -personal meetings, visits, family news
16 letters from Glanville, 1 copy of a letter from Černý to Glanville. 1 copy of a letter from Glanville to A. J. Arkell, copy sent to Černý. 1 memorandum of agreement between Černý and the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press. 1 letter from Glanville to Jean Tudor-Pole (Černý’s secretary). 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Carl Winter, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum. Professional and personal matters: -Černý’s arrival in the UK in 1946 -Černý’s external examinership for Cambridge -A. J. Arkell's situation -publication of the rock-tombs at Meir, see Blackman, A. M. and Apted, M. R. The Rock tombs of Meir, v (1954) (OEB 1684) and vi (1954) (OEB 1685) -Černý’s communications with the Fitzwilliam Museum concerning photographs for Georges Nagel -furthering Černý’s participation in the Cambridge Ancient History volumes -the future of the Oxford Egyptological Chair -Glanville requesting advice on finding someone suitable to write a reference for a proposed publication on Josef Čapek
7 letters from Godron 1 carbon copy of a letter from (Helen Murray?, Černý's colleague) written on behalf of Černý's to Godron 1 copy of a letter to Godron, presumably forwarded to Černý Godron's studies in early dynastic material, Palermo stone, collections at Mariemont, and Godron's Coptic studies; Godron's visits to the United Kingdom.
3 letters from Grapow, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Grapow. Exchange of research information, book exchange; Grapow refers to wartime conditions. Černý promoting networking and sustained contact among Egyptologists.
14 letters from Grdseloff, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Grdseloff. 2 letters from Misha Grdseloff (brother of B. Grdseloff). 1 letter from Leonard Grdseloff (brother of B. Grdseloff). Professional as well as personal matters. -Grdseloff's work plans -personal news of other Egyptologists (H. W. Fairman, J. Leibovitch and H. J. Polotsky) -exchange of off-prints and other publications -most significant topic is Deir el-Medina fieldwork and finds of ostraca, including the Cairo love songs (O. DeM 1266 + CGC 25218), published by G. Posener, see Posener, G. Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques littéraires de Deir el Médineh II: Nos 1227-1266 (1972) (OEB 15763), and later Fox, M. V. 'The Cairo love songs', in Journal of the American Oriental Society 100  (1980), 101-9, (OEB 22733) -another significant topic is Grdseloff's illness (stomach cancer), Černý sent his own rations of Hovis bread to Egypt to Grdseloff as it was one of the few foods Grdseloff could still digest
Annotated proofs of Newberry, Percy E., The life of Rekhmara, vezîr of Upper Egypt under Thothmes III and Amenhetep II (circa BC 1471-1448) (1900) (OEB 146373), plates II (2 copies) & III, IX & X
Hand-copies of texts from the Tomb of Rekhmireʿ at TopBib i.2.207(4) and from the Tomb of Amenemopet (TT 29) at TopBib i.2.46(3), see Davies, Norman de Garis, The tomb of Rekh-mi-rē' at Thebes (1943) (OEB 137925), plates XVI, CXIX & CXXII[A]
Hand-copy of text from the Tomb of Rekhmireʿ at TopBib i.2.206(2), see Davies, Norman de Garis, The tomb of Rekh-mi-rē' at Thebes (1943) (OEB 137925), plates XXVI-XXIX.
Various drafts for articles on "The System of Writing in Ancient Egypt", including Griffith MSS 1.52 published in the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 30 (1900), 153-159 (OEB 140801).
Annotated typescript of an article (unpublished) on the Egyptian influence on archaic Greek art with notes from Diodorus Siculus, Egyptian Artists (1653), Les Apollons Archaiques (1909) by Waldemar Deonna and various other publications.
Mummy-portraits in the Theodor Graf Collection: -MSS 11.1: Circular letter by Th. Graf. -MSS 11.2-3: Two pamphlets by Otto von Richter and Edoard Ritschl concerning the authenticity of the Graf Collection. -MSS 11.4: Loose plates - coloured and black and white.
-Griffith MSS 14.36: Arabic text on Nubian History, later published by W. E. Crum in Studies Presented to F. Ll.Griffith (1932), p. 137-148: "A Nubian Prince in an Egyptian Monastery". -Griffith MSS 14.35: Letter from W. E. Crum dated 26 December 1927 enclosing an abstract. -Griffith MSS 14.37: Letter from W. E. Crum dated 10 February 1926 with comments on the stories. -Griffith MSS 14.38: MS Marsh 287 - names and dates in Crum's hand. Note by Griffith on the Nubian Prince stories.