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Letter from Hardy Cross Dillard to Ronald Sokol, Monday, March 6, 1978

University of Virginia
Charlottesville-Virginia-22901
School of Law

Written from 1221 Rugby Road
Charlottesville, Va. 22903

March 6, 1978

Via Airmail
Mr. Ronald P. Sokol
13540 Puyricard
Aix-en-Provence
France

Dear Ron:

As I hope you inferred, your letter of 16 February was
delayed in reaching me as it was forwarded from The Hague.

Of course I would be delighted to see you at any time.
Val and I return to The Hague on April 3. How long we will be there
is subject to some uncertainty but I would suppose at least two
months. However the best bet would be for you to telephone a couple
of days ahead of your contemplated visit to be sure the coast is
clear.

We will be staying at the Promenade Hotel (Tel. 070-57-
41-21). The Court is dedicating a new annex to the Peace Palace
on April 4 and it may be that this will involve a shift in telephone
numbers. As of now, however, the Peace Palace telephone number is
070-92-44-41.

I meant to write you sometime ago about your book which
I read with interest. Keep up the good work. To repeat, I will be
delighted to see you any time.

Yours,

Hardy [signature]

Hardy C. Dillard
HCD/vpt

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