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.
4 letters from Norton, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Norton. Černý correspondence with the book reviews Editor for The Economist newspaper, Černý reviewed: Goneim, M. Zakaria The Buried Pyramid (1956) (OEB 5172).
1 letter from Omlin. Request for assistance reading some hieratic captions in papyrus Turin 55001 (see later publication, Omlin, J. A. Der Papyrus 55001 und seine satirisch-erotischen Zeichnungen und Inschriften (1973) (OEB 16729)).
12 letters from Parker, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Parker, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Barbara Sewell (Griffith Institute secretary) to Parker sent in Černý's absence. Mainly professional matters with a few personal references: -invitations extended to Černý to visit Brown University, the earliest sent in 1950 -exchange of offprints -students from Brown University in the UK (Richard Pierce) -assessments of students and colleagues (H. Goedicke) -the consequences of the Suez crisis for institutions in Egypt, particularly IFAO, 1956 -Demotic papyri -mathematical texts -material from Soknopaious Nesos
1 letter from Lamont Moore, Director of the Yale University Art Gallery. Information from the Director to Ms Peck (R. A. Parker's secretary at Brown University) concerning the opening times of the gallery during Černý's 1954-5 winter visit.
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.
15 letters from Plumley, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Plumley. Professional as well as personal matters: -Coptic studies -Plumley's publication, Plumley, J. M., An Introductory Coptic Grammar (Sahidic Dialect) (1948) (OEB 1487) -hieratic papyri research in Cambridge, of interest to Černý -Plumley's promotion. -personal and family matters of both correspondents -mutual visits -meetings
7 letters from Polotsky, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý's secretary to Polotsky, sent in Černý's absence. Professional as well personal matters: -linguistics -Coptic etymologies -travels of Polotsky and Černý -1968, an oblique reference to the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia
110 letters from Posener, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Posener. 2 letters from Posener to Marie Černý. Research: -renewal of the Deir el-Medina ostraca project after the Second World War (WWII) -Posener's publication plans, work on Kemit (later published as Posener, G., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques littéraires de Deir el Médineh ii (Nos 1109 à 1167), (1951) & (1991) (OEB 3065)) -Posener's research on execration figures, literary ostraca, translations of various texts -Černý's research on supposed consanguineous marriages in Egypt -book exchange and mutual help in obtaining rare volumes in Britain, Egypt and France Personal and family matters -some remarks on the situation in Czechoslovakia after the communist coup on 25 February 1948 After Černý's death, Marie Černý consulted options for Černý's posthumous publications with Posener, especially the Late Egyptian grammar and the involvement of S. Groll in the grammar project.
6 letters from Preaux, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý's secretary to Préaux, sent in Černý's absence. Appreciation of some of Černý's publications and intended publications (e.g. on ancient Egyptian religion); Préaux visited London several times during 1950 and met Černý on at least one occasion; social contact with other scholars resident in Belgium.