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Date: Wed, 17 Jan 1996 02:56:04 -0500 (EST)
From: Cecelia A Clancy 
Subject: Re: Inquiry/Help wanted

The snail mail addresses and phone numbers for the Simon Wiesenthal 
Center are:

Jerusalem branch office:

     Simon Wiesenthal Center               +972 02/631-273 
     1 Mendele Street
     Jerusalem 92147            Efraim Zuroff there has co-ordinated the 
     Israel                     SWC's research on ex-Nazis for several 

Los Angeles - Headquarters:
     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (213) 553-9036 (voice)
     9760 W. Pico Blvd                    +1 (213) 553-8007 (FAX)
     Los Angeles, CA 90035

New York branch office:     

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (212) 370-0320
     342 Madison Ave., Ste 633
     New York, NY 10173

Chicago branch office:                

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (312) 704-0024
     320 N. Michigan Ave, Ste 1005
     Chicago, IL 60601

Miami branch office:

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (305) 454-7100
     3800 South Ocean Drive, Ste 212
     Hollywood, FL 33109

Toronto branch office:

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (416) 864-9735
     8 King Street East, Ste. 710
     Toronto, Ont M5C1B5

Orange County branch office (Orange County is just south of Los Angeles):

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +1 (714) 755-8030
     650 Town Center Drive, Ste. 1900
     Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Paris branch office:

     Simon Wiesenthal Center              +33 01/49-53-04-31
     Rue du Faulboug Saint-Honore
     75008 Paris

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