38 letters from Iversen, 13 carbon copies of letters from Černý to Iversen with copies of Sidgwick & Jackson correspondence concerning Iversen's publication plans. 3 letters from Sidgwick & Jackson, concerning a publication of Iversen's (Iversen, E. The Myth of Egypt and its Hieroglyphs in European Tradition (1961) (OEB 8508)). Iversen's research and publications, but also some references to personal matters: -Iversen's study of p. Carlsberg VII -Iversen's publications on pigments, paint and Egyptian hieroglyphs used in European tradition -stamp collecting; Iversen supplied Danish stamps to Černý -Iversen's visits to the UK
13 letters from J. J. Janssen, 4 carbon copies of letters from Černý to J. J. Janssen. Janssen's research, and co-operation with Černý: -plans for his book on commodity prices - Janssen, J. J., Commodity Prices from the Ramessid Period. An Economic Study of the Village of Necropolis Workmen at Thebes (1975) (OEB 9846)
Janssen's publication of BM EA 588 (TopBib i2.721), published later as Janssen, J. J., 'An unusual donation stela', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963), 64-70 (OEB 10084) -discussion of Endesfelder, E., 'Über die Arbeiter der thebanischen Nekropole im Neuen Reich', in Günther, R. and Schrot, G. (eds), Sozialökonomische Verhältnisse im Alten Orient und im klassischen Altertum (1961), 88-93 (OEB 8360) -Janssen's work on p. Leiden I, 350 -dating of ostraca, and changes in the Deir el-Medîna economy -Černý mediating access to the Museo Egizio in Turin for Janssen, via Ernesto Scamuzzi -exchange of off-prints and other publications
13 letters from J. M. A. Janssen, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to J. M. A. Janssen. Annual Egyptological Bibliography, and with the research of Pater Janssen, e.g. on the door-jambs in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 48832 (TopBib i2.777), and attestations of the ideal age of 110 years in Egyptian sources, including an Abusir graffito in the mastaba of Ptahshepses (TopBib iii2.342).
3 letters from Kissling, 1 draft of a letter from Černý to Kissling. Transcription of Egyptian names in the German edition of A. H. Gardiner's Egypt of the Pharaohs, which Kissling was translating. Published as: Gardiner, A. H., Geschichte des Alten Ägypten. Eine Einführung  (OEB 11286).
3 letters from Kitchen and an excerpt from Kitchen's work on Semitic loanwords in Egyptian, 1 carbon copy of a reference letter on behalf of Kitchen written by Černý, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Kitchen. Kitchen's work on Semitic loan-words, references for job applications.
3 letters from Klasens, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Klasens. 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to the IFAO concerning books for Klasens. Exchange of Egyptological publications and research into Demotic and Coptic etymologies.
1 letter from Krauspe. Regarding proofs of an article by Černý, subsequently published: Černý, J., 'Coalescence of verbs with prepositions in Coptic', in Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 97 (1971), 44-6 (OEB 9646).
1 letter from Lajuncomme to Barbara Sewell (Griffith Institute secretary) written in Černý's absence; 1 carbon copy of a letter from Sewell to Lajuncomme, written in Černý's absence. Concerning the proofs of: Černý, J., 'L'origine de l'expression bohaïrique [2iom n¥ari] "Mer Rouge"', in [Sainte Fare Garnot, J. (ed.)], Mélanges Mariette (1961) , 57-62 (OEB 8268).
1 letter from F. Lexa to Jan Masaryk, Czechoslovak Minister in the United Kingdom, concerning J. Černý (1934). 8 letters from F. Lexa to J. Černý. -linguistics, Coptic etymologies -Černý's personal matters, health, social contacts -students of both Egyptologists -Lexa's letter to Jan Masaryk (Czechoslovak envoy in London) regards a recognition of Černý as a Czechoslovak scholar with an international remit
4 letters from G. T. Martin, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Martin, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Fiona Strachan (Griffith Institute secretary) to Martin informing him of Černý's death. Martin's studies, research projects, and a British Academy grant for the Amarna Royal tomb project.
1 letter from Middleton, 1 carbon copy of a letter from Černý to Middleton. Consanguineous marriage in antiquity and some papyrological questions. For the latter, Černý recommended contacting Claire Préaux.
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