2 letters from Wieder, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Barbara Sewell (Griffith Institute secretary). Plans for a publication of J. R. Harris' research on lexicography of ancient Egyptian minerals, Brill publishers enquiring about the possibility of a subsidy for publishing. The book was eventually published elsewhere, see Harris, J. R., Lexicographical Studies in Ancient Egyptian Minerals (1961) (OEB 8464).
42 letters from Žába. Professional and personal matters:
Žába's studies in Prague and his dissertation on Ptahhotep (later published as, Žába, Z., Les maximes de Ptaḥḥotep (1956) (OEB 5487)) -Žába's plans to visit Oxford and study with B. Gunn -book exchange and purchases -the situation of the Egyptological seminar in Prague -Egyptian collections in Czechoslovakia -post-war Britain and Czechoslovakia -personal matters -the move of Černý's library to London
-Prosopographical notes. General -Prosopographical notes. To the Cambridge Ancient History chapter -Vocabulary of the Great Inscription of Merneptah -Egyptian words in other languages -Vocabulary from various sources -Lexicographical slips -Weights and measures
-Vocabulary, some from Černý, Ostraca hiératiques (Cat. Caire) (OEB 136749). -Palaeography of hieratic signs from Abusir. -Texts from mummy wrappings. See Daressy 'Les cercueils des prètres d'Ammon (deuxième trouvaille de Deir el-Bahari)', in ASAE 8 (1907), 3-38 (OEB 137609). -Index of references to Černý in publications.
1 letter from Pflüger, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Pflüger. The decree of Horemhab and specific readings. Pflüger published a paper (see Pflüger, K., 'The Edict of King Haremhab', in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 5  (1946), 260-76 (OEB 147264)) on this topic, an offprint of the article was originally enclosed with the letter. Černý indicated a Fairman and Grdseloff collation along with his own comments.
-Journal letters -November 8, 1884, to May 31, 1885. -Handwritten. -At Naucratis, Petrie is assisted by F. Ll. Griffith, who is on his first visit to Egypt. In April 1885, Griffith is left to continue excavating at Naucratis while Petrie returns to Tanis to continue the previous season’s work. It was at Naucratis that Petrie earned the moniker “father of pots”, Griffith's being the “father of potsherds”, which is mentioned by Petrie in the journal. -Main sites: Naucratis (Naukratis) and Tanis (San el-Hagar). -Pages 15-68 and 92 are photocopies. -Pages 40 and 69 are missing. -Some pages are misnumbered (page numbers repeated or in wrong order). -The transcription follows the correct order of all the pages. Problems with the numbering system are indicated in the notes.