16 letters from Anthes and 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Anthes. Majority of the content is personal; Anthes communicated his wartime circumstances and subsequent career development, as well as the German Egyptology situation after the war (WWII). Černý provided professional information, as well as material assistance in the form of food rations sent to Anthes in the 1940s. Anthes and Černý exchanged information on ostraca discoveries, Černý updating Anthes on new finds at Deir el-Medîna during the 1940s and 1950s. Anthes recipricated by supplying information regarding finds during excavations at Mît Rahîna.
4 letters from Bendow, 2 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Bendow. The Norwegian scholar was interested in varied aspects of Egyptian culture and consulted with Černý, some of Bendow's ideas were unconventional.
9 letters from Bruyère. Correspondence regarding Deir el-Medîna, Černý's schedule at University College London versus fieldwork, ostraca, publication plans for ostraca, cooperation with Georges Posener; personal matters.
2 letters from de Buck, A. de Buck obituary notice, 1 carbon copy of a condolence letter from Černý to Mrs de Buck. Correspondence concerned with professional as well as personal matters, publications.
4 letters from Caminos. Gebel es-Silsila and Caminos' work on the site; records of Nile levels; also fieldwork, life at the excavations and various academic appointments. References to Černý's travel to the USA.
1 letter from Capart. Letter confirming that Eva Jelínková (Eve Reymond) was accepted as a visitor in the library of Fondation Reine Elisabeth in Brussels. Capart also congratulates Černý on his new position in London.
2 letters from Cenival, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to de Cenival, and 1 reference letter concerning the publication of Abusir papyri. The publication of Abusir papyri, and Černý recommending their publication.
17 letters from Driver, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Driver, 1 cover page of a form from Černý's office to Driver. Philology, in particular, an analysis of word stems; frequent questions from Driver concerning Egyptian-Hebrew linguistic relations; also administrative matters relating to the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford.
15 letters from Harris, 5 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Harris. An invitation from the Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies to act as Supervisor to J. R. Harris, 1 carbon copy of a reply from Černý to the Secretary of Faculties. A communication from Merton College (Elizabeth Ratcliff, College secretary) concerning a reference for J. R. Harris, 1 carbon copy of a reply from Černý to Merton College. A communication from Christ Church College (Dean of Christ Church) concerning a reference for J. R. Harris, 1 carbon copy of a reply from Černý’s to the Dean of Christ Church College. A communication from Brasenose College (the Principal) concerning a reference for J. R. Harris, 1 carbon copy of a reply from Černý to the Principal of Brasenose College. 1 payroll notice from the Committee of Advanced Studies, for Cerny, for the supervision of J. R. Harris. 1 Notice of appointment of Examiners for Černý concerning his student J. R. Harris. 2 letters from H. W. Fairman (University of Liverpool) concerning J. R. Harris' examination, 1 carbon copy of a reply from Černý to H. W. Fairman regarding the examination of J. R. Harris. 1 invitation from Černý to I.E.S. Edwards to act as examiner for J. R. Harris Correspondence concerned mainly with J. R. Harris' studies, examinations and grant and scholarship applications.