This article introduces newly found photocopies of two letters from Antonín Dvořák to Alois Göbl with heretofore unknown and unpublished contents (newly discovered facts about Dvořák’s life and about period reception of his masterpieces – e.g. the Symphony No. 9 in E Minor “From the New World”, op. 95, and the Cello Concerto in B Minor, op. 104) and places them within the context of Dvořák’s correspondence addressed to his friend Göbl in Sychrov that has already been published in several different editions.