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
18 letters from Yoyotte. Professional and personal matters: -exchange of offprints and publications -QV 53 publication by Yoyotte, see Yoyotte, J., 'The Tomb of a Prince Ramesses in the Valley of the Queens (No. 53)', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 44 (1958), 26-30 (OEB 6811) -Yoyotte's visits to the UK -situation of IFAO after the Suez crisis -personal matters
2 letters from E. M. Williams, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to E. M. Williams. Ostraca and other objects from collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in particular objects from the Theodore M. Davis excavations in the Valley of the Kings.
1 carbon copy of a letter from Williams to J. R. Harris, sent to Černý for reference. A. A. Williams, Bursar of Queen's College, informing J. R. Harris, who had been recommended by Černý for a UNESCO project in Nubia, that the College supported Harris' participation in the project.
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).
6 letters from Westendorf, 3 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Westendorf. Ostraca in Berlin, publication plans for the Coptic Etymological dictionary, as well as Westendorf's own Coptic dictionary; the offer of the Berlin Academy to publish the Coptic Etymological dictionary.
1 letter from Werblowsky, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Werblowsky, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Fiona Strachan (Griffith Institute secretary) to Werblowsky, sent in Černý's absence. Professional references for S. I. Groll. Černý providing a strong recommendation.