Address Reply to the
and Refer to Initials and Number
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
September 25, 1979
[Name and address
of recipient have
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Dear [Name deleted here]
This letter is to confirm our telephone call earlier today.
I have made reservations for a double room for you and your wife at the Holiday Inn, [49 character blank here] for Wednesday night, [12 character blank, deleted material is conjectured to be " October 10 "] and Thursday night [13 character blank, deleted material is conjectured to be " October 11, "] 1979. I suggest that, if convenient, you fly from New York into Washington National Airport, the closest of the area's airports to Old Town Alexandria.
Please do not hesitate to call me either at my home or office if you have any questions or if any problems arise after you arrive in Washington. Otherwise, I shall expect to meet you here at my office sometime on Thursday morning, October 14.
Let me thank you for your willingness to change your plans in order to accomodate us. I look forward to meeting you.
Yours very truly,
Norman A. Moscowitz, Trial Attorney
Office of Special Investigations
1375 K St., N.W., Rm. 222
P.O. Box 28603
Washington, D.C. 20005
cc: Nazi War Criminal WF
Demjanjuk case file