Guide to the Planned Community Archives collection, 1960-2009 Planned Community Archives C0001

A Guide to the Planned Community Archives collection

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0001


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Repository
George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Collection number
C0001
Title
Planned Community Archives collection 1960-2009
Physical Characteristics
175.5 linear feet 351 boxes)
Creator
Planned Community Archives, Inc.
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of a variety of materials relating to planned communities across the United States with a particular emphasis on the planned community of Reston, Virginia, and international communities as well. The collection includes, correspondence, reports, promotional material, community brochures, newspapers, videotapes, slides, photographs and architectural drawings and blueprints. The collection is divided into 11 series in 351 boxes and 3 mapcases and is dated from 1960 to 2009.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Planned Community Archives, Collection #C0001, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Planned Community Archives, Inc. in 1986 with additional donations in the years following.

Processing Information

Processing completed by Special Collections and Archives staff. Reprocessed by Emily Martin between November 2009 and January 2010 with additions by Steven Harris-Scott in June 2010.


Historical Information

The era of new town development in the United States, which is of special interest to Planned Community Archives (PCA), begins with the Greenbelt towns developed by the federally sponsored Works Progress Administration during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The next major new town development was Reston, Virginia, in 1962. Since that time, at least thirty-eight planned communities have been developed throughout the United States. Thirteen of these communities were sponsored by the Federal New Communities Program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (1970 - 1983).

The records contained in this collection were assembled by the Planned Community Archives, Inc., of Reston, Virginia, and placed on deposit in Special Collections and Archives of Fenwick Library, George Mason University beginning in 1986. Each year since then has seen major additions to the collection. After many years of housing and processing the collection, George Mason University Libraries accepted the Planned Community Archives collections as a donation by Planned Community Archives, Inc.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of a variety of materials relating to planned communities across the United States with a particular emphasis on the planned community of Reston, Virginia and international communities as well. The collection includes, correspondence, reports, promotional material, community brochures, newspapers, videos, slides, photographs and architectural drawings and blueprints.

Series one is titled Reston and is divided into nine subseries. The information in this series contains correspondence, finance, plans, reports, meetings, publications, marketing, a scrapbook and general information. All of the information relates to the community of Reston in Virginia. There is additional Reston information in series nine, ten and eleven. The series is dated from 1961-2006 and is contained in boxes 1-42.

Series two is titled United States Planned Communities. The material in this series relates to planned communities in the United States other than Reston, such as Columbia, Maryland, Evergreen Mills, Hawaii, Portland and others. The series is comprised of correspondence, plans, reports and other paperwork relating to the development of these communities. The series dated from 1970 to 1996 and is contained in boxes 42-53.

Series three is titled International Planned Communities. The material in this series relates to international planned communities in countries such as France, Great Britain, Israel, China and others. The materials are mostly promotional from the communities and other information regarding the development of the communities. Some of the material is in the foreign language while others are printed in English. The series is dated from 1960 to 1990 and is contained in boxes 53-56.

Series four is titled Reports. The documents are reports from and about different communities, relating financial, environmental and other issues. There are also documents from the Federal government pertaining to the development of the communities. The series is dated from 1965 to 2001 and is contained in boxes 56-61.

Series five is titled Planed Community Archive Board. The series is small and contains the meeting minutes and other information from the board that created the planned community archive. The series dated from 1985 to 2001 and is contained in boxes 61-64.

Series six is titled Promotional Material. The series has promotional material from different planned communities such as pamphlets, flyers, articles and others. The series dated from 1966 to 1990 and is contained in boxes 64-66.

Series seven is titled Brochures. The series is comprised of different planned communities brochures, such as Arbor Glenn, Fairfield, Key West, Ridgewood and many others. The series dated in the 1990s and is contained in boxes 66-75.

Series eight is titled Newspapers. The series is comprised of copies of The Connection a newspaper from Reston. The Connection, the local newspaper has articles mostly about local events. For example there are articles about Reston Association elections, local residents and also the Washington Redskins. There are additional copies in series ten. The series is dated from 1981 to 1996 and is contained in boxes 76 to 106.

Series nine is titled Media and is divided into five subseries. The series contains photographs, slides, negatives, cassettes, CDs and videos relating to planned communities. The series is dated from 1960 to 2004 and contained in boxes 107-232.

Series ten is titled General Information. The information in this series covers a variety of topics relating to planned communities, such as the Department of Housing and Urban Development, newsclippings, Virginia government and other paperwork. The series is dated from 1960 to 2005 and is contained in boxes 233-246.

Series eleven is titled Oversize. This series contains photographs, brochures and posters related to planned communities such as Lake Anne Village Center, Beacon Hill and others. The majority of the series is comprised of architectural drawings, blueprints, floor plans, topography and designs for buildings, such as Reston First Village Center, Reston Town Center and two individual homes, one in Arlington, Virginia and the other in McLean, Virginia. The series is dated from 1960 to 2004 and is contained in boxes 247-351 with additional plans in 3 mapcases.

Arrangement

Organized into 11 series.

Series 1: Reston, 1961-2006 (Boxes 1-42) Series 2: US Planned Communities, 1970-1996 (Boxes 42-53) Series 3: International Planned Communities, 1960-1990 (Boxes 53-56) Series 4: Reports, 1965-2001 (Boxes 56-61) Series 5: Planned Community Archives Board, 1985-2001 (Boxes 61-64) Series 6: Promotional Material, 1966-1990 (Boxes 64-66) Series 7: Brochures, 1990s (Boxes 66-75) Series 8: Newspapers, 1965-2006 (Boxes 76-106, 242-46, 352-456) Series 9: Media, 1960-2004 (Boxes 107-232, 348-350) Series 10: General Information, 1960-2009 (Boxes 233-241) Series 11: Oversize, 1960-2010 (Boxes 247-347, 351, Mapcase 1-4, Shelf 1-2)

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives holds many other collections on the history and development of Reston, Virginia, as well as other collections that document United States and international planned communities.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Nicoson, William.
  • Pennino, Martha, 1918-2004.
  • Simon, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1914-
  • Corporate Names:

  • Planned Community Archives, Inc.
  • Geographical Names:

  • Chicago (Ill.)
  • Columbia (Md.)
  • England.
  • Greenbelt (Md.)
  • Reston (Va.)
  • Subjects:

  • Architecture--Designs and plans--United States.
  • Housing.
  • Planned communities.
  • Document Types:

  • Architectural drawings.
  • Blueprints.
  • Elevations.
  • Floor plans.
  • Photographic negatives.
  • Photographic prints.
  • Slides.

Adjunct Descriptive Data

Alternative Form Available

Selections from the Planned Community Archives are also available in the Reston Planned Community Archives Digital Collection and the Planned Community Archives: Catherine A. Baum Digital Collection.

Contents List

Series 1: Reston,
1961-2006

The information in this series contains correspondence, finance, plans, reports, meetings, publications, marketing, a scrapbook and general information. All of the information relates to the community of Reston in Virginia.

  • Subseries 1: Correspondence,
    1964-1985

    The subseries contains correspondence relating to the development of Reston. The information includes correspondence about the Lake Anne Dam, interoffice correspondence, community facilities and other projects in Reston.

    • 1
      1
      Catholic Church-Gulf Reston,
      1964

      2.10

    • 1
      2
      Community Facilities For Hunters Woods,
      1966
    • 1
      3
      Correspondence,
      1986
    • 1
      4
      Executive Office Stationary and Business Card,
      1970s

      19.11

    • 1
      5
      Hirst Property,
      1971

      3.3

    • 1
      6
      Interim Committee,
      1982

      7.2

    • 1
      7
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1977

      5.3

    • 1
      8
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976

      5.2

    • 1
      9
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976

      5.1

    • 1
      10
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976-1978

      5.4

    • 1
      11
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976-1977

      5.5

    • 1
      12
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976

      5.7

    • 1
      13
      Interoffice Correspondence,
      1976-1977

      5.6

    • 1
      14
      Lake Anne Dam,
      1981

      6.2

    • 1
      15
      Lake Anne Dam,
      1981

      6.3

      • 1.
        Letter: William C. Cox to Martha Pennino
        July 15, 1981

        hdl   
    • 1
      16
      Lake Anne Dam,
      1982

      7.1

    • 1
      17
      Lake Anne Dam Break Even Analysis,
      1982

      7.3

    • 1
      18
      Lake Thoreau Dam,
      1984

      7.7

    • 2
      1
      Letter: Land Purchase by John Hancock Mutual LIfe Certificate of Shares,
      1965

      1.12

      • 1.
        Certificate of Shares - Palindrome Corporation
        17 December 1964

        hdl   
    • 2
      2
      Letter and Proposal: Ralph Segman to Robert Simon,
      1965

      480.54

    • 2
      3
      Letter to Reston Employees,
      1965

      1.13

    • 2
      4
      Memorandum and Correspondence on Town Status for Reston,
      1979-1980

      13.8

    • 2
      5
      Reston Art Gallery,
      1993

      477.10

    • 2
      6
      Reston Memoranda General Background,
      1960s

      499D.01

    • 2
      7
      Reston Memoranda Retail Development,
      1960s

      499D.02

    • 2
      8
      Reston Memoranda Residential Development,
      1960s

      499D.03

    • 2
      9
      Reston memoranda Industrial Potentials,
      1960s

      499D.04

    • 2
      10
      Reston Memoranda Industrial Prospects,
      1960s

      499D.05

    • 2
      11
      Reston Memoranda Airports,
      1960s

      499D.06

    • 2
      12
      Reston Memoranda Special Projects,
      1960s

      499D.07

    • 2
      13
      Reston Twentieth Anniversary Committee Correspondence,
      1984

      15.1

    • 2
      14
      Sale Lease-Back Transaction,
      1968

      2.3

    • 2
      15
      Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corporation,
      1966

      2.7

    • 2
      16
      Voorhees Study,
      1969

      2.9

  • Subseries 2: Finance,
    1967-1989

    The information in this subseries is financial information from Reston such as sale agreements, loans, statements and other paperwork relating to the financial aspects of Reston.

    • 2
      17
      Amendment to Agree of Sale,
      1984
    • 2
      18
      Charles H. Meyers Confidential Budget Report,
      1976

      5.11

    • 2
      19
      Checking Report,
      1960s

      5.13

    • 2
      20
      Eurotherm Corporation Section 913 Block 2,
      1980
    • 2
      21
      Financial Statements,
      1978

      3.14

    • 2
      22
      Gulf-Reston "Mobil Reston",
      1978

      3.15

    • 2
      23
      Industrial Land Sales Analysis ,
      1976

      4.7

    • 2
      24
      J.A. Loveless Co. To Reston Land Corporation,
      1989
    • 3
      1
      Landscape Maintenance Specifications,
      1988

      16.6

    • 3
      2
      Land for Sale,
      1990s
    • 3
      3
      Gordeco-Loans,
      1983

      5.9

    • 3
      4
      Gulf Reston Properties, Incorporated,
      1973
    • 4
      1
      Purchase and Sale of Reston Properties,
      1980
    • 5
      1
      Purchase and Sale of Reston Properties,
      1980
    • 6
      1
      Purchase and Sale of Reston Properties,
      1980
    • 7
      1
      Purchase of Proposed Section 904 , Block 2,
      1979
    • 7
      2
      Reston Commuter Bus, Incorporated and Reston Interval Bus System, Incorporated Financial Statements,
      1977

      13.7

    • 7
      3
      Reston Index,
      1968

      1.3

    • 7
      4
      Reston Park, Incorporated,
      1967

      74.1

    • 7
      5
      Reston Park, Incorporated,
      1967

      74.2

    • 7
      6
      Reston Park, Incorporated,
      1967

      74.3

    • 7
      7
      Transportation Consultants,
      1974
    • 7
      8
      William H. Lauer and Philip S. Hunter, Trustees,
      1985
  • Subseries 3: Plans,
    1962-1993

    The plans in this subseries are from Reston and include projects such as Reston Town Center, Lake Anne, Reston Twentieth Anniversary Celebrations and others.

    • 7
      9
      "A Proposed Form of Inner Government for the New Town of Reston, Virginia" Working Draft,
      1984
    • 7
      10
      Corporate Gordeco,
      1974

      5.14

    • 7
      11
      Kaiser Foundation Health Plan ,
      1987
    • 8
      1
      Lake Anne Dam Operation,
      1983

      7.4

    • 8
      2
      Lake Anne and Lake Thoreau,
      1983

      6.5

    • 8
      3
      Lake Anne and Lake Thoreau,
      1983

      6.6

    • 8
      4
      North Reston Task Force Phase I Plan,
      1979

      16.7

    • 8
      5
      Open Space Management and Development-Long Range Plan,
      1989-1993

      480.50

    • 8
      6
      Planning Memoranda on Reston: Report to Simon Enterprises,
      1962

      1.1

    • 9
      1
      Residential Planned Community Ordinance,
      1968

      2.4

    • 9
      2
      Residential Planned Community Ordinance,
      1969

      2.5

    • 9
      3
      Reston Architecture,
      1979

      461.29

    • 9
      4
      Reston-Commercial Ownership Lake Anne Center,
      1984

      645.06

    • 9
      5
      Reston Community Center,
      1987

      19.15

    • 9
      6
      Reston Express Bus,
      1969

      4.1

    • 9
      7
      Reston Master Plan,
      1966

      1.31

    • 9
      8
      Reston Town Center Plans,
      1990s
    • 9
      9
      Reston Town Center-The West Market Neighborhood,
      1995
    • 9
      10
      Reston Town Center, Phase II,
      1992
    • 9
      11
      Reston Town Center Urban Design Principles,
      1991

      645.64

    • 1.
      Report: Sasaki Associates, Inc., "Reston Town Center Urban Design Principles"
      February 1991

      hdl   
    • 9
      12
      Reston Twentieth Anniversary Committee,
      1985

      15.2

    • 1.
      Reston: A Symposium; Reston, Virginia
      May 8 - 11, 1985

      hdl   
    • 10
      1
      Reston Twentieth Anniversary Committee-Planning Notes,
      1980s

      15.3

    • 10
      2
      Shadowwood Project,
      1973

      3.6

    • 10
      3
      Simon Enterprise Developers,
      1962

      1.2

    • 10
      4
      Site Development-Design Criteria,
      1963

      5.8

    • 10
      5
      Social Planning and Programs,
      1967

      19.6

    • 10
      6
      Social Planning and Programs for Reston, Virginia,
      1967

      480.53

  • Subseries 4: Reports,
    1966-1994

    The subseries has reports relating to projects in Reston. The reports contain information from projects such as housing community developments, schools, health clubs, Lake Anne, Lake Thoreau and other projects in Reston.

    • 10
      7
      "Affordable Housing for Low and Moderate Income Families in Reston",
      1984

      12.15

    • 10
      8
      Analysis-Ashley Court,
      1985
    • 10
      9
      Analysis-Ced Hollow,
      1985
    • 10
      10
      Analysis-Lake Audubon Terrace,
      1984
    • 10
      11
      Analysis-Oak Spring,
      1986
    • 10
      12
      Appraisal Report of 3730 Acres Land,
      1975

      4.4

    • 10
      13
      Chapter VI: Community Planning, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1984

      12.4

    • 10
      14
      Chapter VI: Negotiating With the Federal Government, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1963

      12.5

    • 10
      15
      Chapter VIII: Land Development and First Construction, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1963

      12.6

    • 10
      16
      Chapter IX: Financing Reston, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1963

      12.7

    • 10
      17
      Chapter X: Industrial and Commercial Development, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1963

      12.8

    • 10
      18
      Chapter XI: Reston and the Public, Washington Research Center-Reston Report,
      1963

      12.9

    • 11
      1
      Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions,
      1988
    • 11
      2
      Dedication of Reston Program,
      1966

      1.6

    • 11
      3
      Deed of Dedication,
      1964

      1.5

    • 11
      4
      "Environmental Management and the Reston Homeowners" by Gene S. Bergoffen,
      1970

      18.3

    • 11
      5
      "Gordeco" by Peter G. Miller,
      1974

      4.3

    • 11
      6
      Gulf-Reston Schools,
      1970

      2.11

    • 11
      7
      Gulf-Reston Miscellaneous Studies,
      1969

      2.12

    • 11
      8
      Health Club,
      1968

      2.8

    • 11
      9
      House Settlement Study,
      1971

      3.5

    • 11
      10
      Jane G. Wilhelm for Reston Symposium-Paper,
      1985

      18.6

    • 11
      11
      John Hancock Land,
      1966

      3.7

    • 11
      12
      Geotechnical Engineering Report-Stability Analysis Lake Anne Dam,
      1982

      4.14

    • 11
      13
      Lake Anne Dam, Phase II Inspection Report,
      1980s

      4.13

    • 11
      14
      Lake Anne Dam-Inspection Report,
      1980

      6.1

    • 11
      15
      Lake and Dam Study,
      1960

      2.6

    • 12
      1
      Lake Thoreau Dam,
      1970

      7.5

    • 12
      2
      Lake Thoreau Dam,
      1970

      7.6

    • 12
      3
      Oak Park Case Study,
      1994
    • 12
      4
      O and R Study,
      1970

      3.4

    • 12
      5
      Report on Reston Density Control,
      1970

      18.4

    • 12
      6
      Report of Reston-Foundation for Community Programs,
      1967

      480.20

    • 12
      7
      Report-Reston Industrial Center,
      1970s

      1.3

      • 1.
        Reston Industrial Center
        ca. 1967

        hdl   
    • 12
      8
      Report to the Reston Community on Governance Options,
      1988

      480.52

    • 12
      9
      Report to Reston Land Corporation (Market Planning STudy for Hotel Development in Reston Town Center),
      1982
    • 13
      1
      Reports-New Planned Communities,
      1983
    • 13
      2
      Reports-New Planned Communities,
      1983
    • 13
      3
      Reports-New Planned Communities,
      1983
    • 13
      4
      Residential Market Study for Phase 4 of Reston Town Center,
      1991
    • 13
      5
      Reston Town Center By-laws,
      1988
    • 13
      6
      Reston: A Symposium,
      1985

      15.5

    • 13
      7
      Reston Center for Industry and Government Declaration of Protective Covenants and Restrictions,
      1965

      1.7

    • 13
      8
      Reston: Density Control Under the Residential Planned Community,
      1970

      3.1

    • 13
      9
      Reston How Income Housing Demonstration Program,
      1969

      480.2

    • 14
      1
      Reston Report-Washington Research Center Chapter V-Legal Organization,
      1970

      12.3

    • 14
      2
      "Reston: The Answers to the Problem of the City" by Brennan,
      1971

      13.5

    • 14
      3
      Social Planning and Programs for Reston,
      1967

      543.8

    • 14
      4
      Technology and Culture in Perspective,
      1967

      19.5

    • 14
      5
      The Need for a Community Friend in a New Town,
      1967

      19.7

  • Subseries 5: Meetings,
    1964-2000

    The information in this series contains material from the transportation committee, board meeting minutes and other meeting information in Reston.

    • 14
      6
      Combined Board Meeting of Gulf Oil Real Estate,
      1976

      3.8

    • 14
      7
      Gulf Oil Corporation, Board of Directors Meeting Minutes,
      1964

      2.2

    • 14
      8
      Gulf Oil Corporation Index to Board Minutes,
      1976-1978

      2.1

    • 14
      9
      Gulf Oil Corporation Presentation of the Real Estate Strategy Center to the Chairman's Advisory Council,
      1977

      4.10

    • 14
      10
      Gulf-Reston Lepage/Caldwell, Banker,
      1977

      3.13

    • 14
      11
      Staff Meeting,
      1972

      3.2

    • 15
      1
      Transportation Committee,
      2000
    • 15
      2
      Transportation Committee,
      2000
    • 15
      3
      Transportation Committee,
      2000
  • Subseries 6: Publications,
    1964-2006

    The subseries contains publications from Reston or about Reston such as the Restonian Magazine, The Reston Letter, The Reston Times and The Washington Post. Some of the documents are a complete copy of the publication, other documents are only articles from the publications.

    • 15
      4
      A Billion Dollar Be on a New Way To Live-Look Magazine,
      1965

      10.9

    • 15
      5
      A Brief History of Reston,
      1970

      12.2

    • 15
      6
      "A Summer Festival for Talented Young, Musicians: The Proposal for the Reston Music Center,
      1967

      9.12

    • 15
      7
      "A Mission to Serve: The Life of John A Scherzer" (2 copies),
      1989

      10.27

    • 15
      8
      Action,
      1988

      247.30

    • 15
      9
      Architecture Firm First to Lease at Two Fountain Square,
      1990

      648.15

    • 15
      10
      Article-"They Were Here Before, Bob Simon",
      1985

      10.24

    • 15
      11
      Bringing Downtown to a Lackluster New Town Warfield's,
      1990

      648.06

    • 15
      12
      "Commonwealth" Reston-A New Town for a New King of Life,
      1966

      10.11

    • 15
      13
      Community Hall Bulletin: Lake Anne,
      1967

      19.8

    • 15
      14
      Copies of Reston Related News,
      1969

      1.1

    • 15
      15
      Courier Journal: Reston, Virginia-Planned Community Aborning,
      1966

      10.10

    • 15
      16
      Creating the Great Society, The New Republic: "America Tomorrow",
      1964

      10.8

    • 15
      17
      Downtown Reston Town Center,
      1990

      648.24

    • 15
      18
      Environmental Management Committee,
      1967

      13.4

    • 16
      1
      Family Circle,
      1968

      10.18

    • 16
      2
      Handbooks,
      1989-1990
    • 16
      3
      "Help Wanted" at Town Center,
      1991

      648.11

    • 16
      4
      House and Garden, "The Lure of Living in Clustered Housing",
      1967

      10.16

    • 16
      5
      Identity,
      1992

      647.08

    • 16
      6
      "Indicators of Change",
      2003
    • 16
      7
      Industrial Design: "Brave New Town",
      1964

      10.5

      • 1.
        Article: Edward Carpenter, "Brave New Town," Industrial Design
        March 1964

        hdl   
    • 16
      8
      "It's Christmastime in the City",
      1990s

      648.23

    • 16
      9
      Local Amenities,
      1990s
    • 16
      10
      Loundoun County,
      1995
    • 16
      11
      Mobil World,
      1991

      247.29

    • 16
      12
      Molson USA Plans to Move to Reston-Washington Post,
      1990

      648.16

    • 16
      13
      Movies Munchies at Town Center-Fairfax Journal,
      1990

      648.18

    • 16
      14
      New Downtown Wows-Fairfax Journal,
      1990

      648.08

    • 16
      15
      New Republic-"50th Anniversary Issue-America Tomorrow Creating the Great Society",
      1964

      19.2

    • 16
      16
      New Towns-Articles,
      1992

      2.10

    • 16
      17
      New Towns-Articles,
      1981

      13.3

    • 16
      18
      New Towns-Reston and Others Clippings,
      1982

      13.2

    • 16
      19
      New Town Publications, Langman Calendar,
      1984

      10.1

    • 16
      20
      New York Times: Real Estate,
      1986

      647.07

    • 16
      21
      New York Times: A Downtown for the Planned Community of Reston,
      1990

      647.06

    • 16
      22
      News From Reston,
      1968

      461.14

    • 1.
      Press Release: Gulf Reston, Inc., "News From Reston"
      ca. 1968

      hdl   
    • 16
      23
      Newsclippings,
      1967, 1968 and 1985

      19.9

    • 16
      24
      Newsclippings,
      1990

      477.1

    • 16
      25
      Newsletter-President's Monthly, Gordeco,
      1978

      5.12

    • 16
      26
      Newsletter: New Trends Network-Entrepreneurial Women, Incorporated ,
      1986

      18.8

    • 16
      27
      Newsweek: "Town Houses Are In",
      1966

      10.12

    • 16
      28
      No Rest on Reston's Bike Trial-Fairfax Journal,
      1990

      648.20

    • 16
      29
      November-I was About To See the Big City For the First Time,
      1990

      648.22

    • 16
      30
      Press Bibliography,
      1967

      10.3

    • 1.
      Press Bibliography
      October 1967

      hdl   
    • 16
      31
      Quicksilver and Mercury-Washington Post,
      1993

      648.05

    • 16
      32
      Realtor Alert,
      1986-1990
    • 17
      1
      Realtor Alert,
      1986-1992
    • 17
      2
      Reston: Clippings,
      1980s

      461.12

    • 17
      3
      Reston Commercial Real Estate,
      1990

      247.31

    • 17
      4
      Reston Counts 1000 Residents and Now Looks Like New Towns-The Washington Post,
      1966

      10.14

    • 17
      5
      Reston Flyer,
      1966

      18.2

    • 17
      6
      Reston Flyer,
      1966

      18.1

    • 17
      7
      Reston Flyer,
      1966

      1.14

    • 17
      8
      Reston Information Service-Press Bibliography,
      1967

      10.2

    • 17
      9
      Reston Market Profile,
      1987
    • 17
      10
      Reston in Review,
      1965

      10.25

    • 17
      11
      Reston's New Urban Attitude-Washington Post,
      1990

      648.02

    • 17
      12
      Reston Town Center,
      1991

      648.26

    • 17
      13
      Reston's Town Center Soon To Be Reality-Washington Post,
      1990

      648.17

    • 17
      14
      Reston Town Center Master Plan,
      1980s

      648.04

    • 17
      15
      Reston Town Crier,
      1969

      480.42

    • 17
      16
      Reston Twentieth Anniversary-Clippings,
      1985

      15.6

    • 17
      17
      Reston, Virginia: "The Uncertain Future of New Towns",
      1974

      10.21

    • 17
      18
      Reston-Washingtons Widely Acclaimed New Suburban City,
      1964

      10.7

    • 17
      19
      Retailers Commit to 168,000 Single/Family in Reston -Corridor Real Estate Journal,
      1990

      648.14

    • 17
      20
      Robert E. Simon "Modern Zoning for Reston"-American County Government,
      1967

      10.15

    • 17
      21
      Saturday Evening Post, "What Happened to Dream Town",
      1968

      10.17

    • 17
      22
      Six More REtailers JOin Town Center-Connection,
      1990

      648.09

    • 17
      23
      Skating on the Ice-Connection,
      1991

      648.10

    • 17
      24
      Southern Living,
      1995

      647.11

    • 17
      25
      "Suburbia Twist A City Rises for People Who Vary"-The National Observer,
      1963

      10.6

    • 17
      26
      The Connection,
      1996

      648.27

    • 17
      27
      The Reston Industrial Landsales Newsletter,
      1980s

      416.17

    • 17
      28
      The Reston Letter,
      1963, 1965-67

      19.1

    • 17
      29
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      1.19

      • 1.
        The Reston Letter, Volume 1, Number 1
        February 1963

        hdl   
    • 17
      30
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      1.20

    • 17
      31
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      1.21

    • 17
      32
      The Reston Letter,
      1964

      1.22

    • 1.
      Newsletter: Reston Letter, Vol. 2 No. 1
      May 1964

      hdl   
    • 17
      33
      The Reston Letter,
      1965

      1.23

    • 17
      34
      The Reston Letter,
      1965

      1.24

    • 17
      35
      The Reston Letter,
      1965

      1.25

    • 17
      36
      The Reston Letter,
      1966

      1.26

    • 17
      37
      The Reston Letter,
      1967

      1.27

    • 17
      38
      The Reston Times,
      1969

      480.19

    • 17
      39
      The Reston Times,
      1968

      480.43

    • 17
      40
      The Reston Times,
      1967

      480.44

    • 18
      1
      The Reston Times,
      1970

      480.45

    • 18
      2
      The Reston Times: Need Is Seen For Ground Rules,
      1968

      480.41

    • 18
      3
      The Reston Times,
      1968

      480.40

    • 18
      4
      The Reston Times-"Bertie Poston's Reston History",
      1974

      13.1

    • 18
      5
      The Reston Times,
      1986

      648.28

    • 18
      6
      The Reston Story,
      1970

      12.1

    • 18
      7
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1985

      514.1

    • 18
      8
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1986

      514.2

    • 18
      9
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1986

      514.3

    • 18
      10
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1987

      514.4

    • 18
      11
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1988

      514.5

    • 18
      12
      The Restonian Magazine-Holiday Issue,
      1988

      514.6

    • 18
      13
      The Restonian Magazine-Anniversary,
      1989

      514.7

    • 18
      14
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1989

      514.8

    • 18
      15
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1989

      514.9

    • 18
      16
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1989

      514.10

    • 18
      17
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1986

      480.6

    • 18
      18
      The Restonian Magazine-Anniversary,
      1989

      480.9

    • 18
      19
      The Restonian Magazine-Anniversary,
      1989

      480.38

    • 18
      20
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1968

      480.47

    • 18
      21
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1968

      18.9

    • 18
      22
      The Restonian Magazine,
      1986-1987

      18.11

    • 18
      23
      The Row House Revival is Going to Town-Not to Mention County-The Washington Post,
      1966

      10.13

    • 18
      24
      This Saturday, Get Up Early and Take a Walk Downtown,
      1990

      648.21

    • 18
      25
      Time-"Design User Friendly Winners",
      1985

      10.22

    • 18
      26
      Town Center Unfolds-Reston Times,
      1990

      648.19

    • 18
      27
      Town Center: Curtain Goes Up on Urban Stage-A Connection Special Supplement,
      1990

      648.25

    • 18
      28
      Town Center Proves It Can Nab Tony Retailers and Restaurants-Washington Business Journal,
      1990

      648.13

    • 18
      29
      Town Center's Lush, Plus, Push for Dominance-Fairfax Journal,
      1990

      648.07

    • 18
      30
      Town Center to Complete Simon's Plan-Vienna Times,
      1990

      648.05

    • 18
      31
      Traffic Engineering,
      1974

      10.20

    • 18
      32
      Urban Land: News and Trends...In City Development,
      1960s

      480.16

    • 18
      33
      Urban Land,
      1992

      647.09

    • 18
      34
      Virginia Business,
      2003

      458.3

    • 18
      35
      Washington Flyer-"Reston Turning 21",
      1985

      10.23

    • 18
      36
      Washington Post.com Article "The Nature of Reston",
      2006

      648.32

    • 18
      37
      What Architects Should Know About Them-Vital Questions,
      1970

      10.19

    • 18
      38
      "What Buyers Think of Reston" By Carl Norcross-Urbanland News and Trends,
      1960s

      10.4

    • 18
      39
      Wide Sculptural World of Saint Clair Cemin-New York Times,
      1990

      648.12

  • Subseries 7: Marketing,
    1962-2000

    The subseries has information pertaining to the marketing of different facilities in Reston. For example the subseries has promotional material from Reston Town Center, Reston neighborhoods, schools and others.

    • 18
      40
      A Place Called Reston Guide to Area Services and Activities,
      1984-1985

      480.4

    • 18
      41
      Action, Northern Virginia Builders Association,
      1984

      461.24

      • 1.
        Newsletter: Northern Virginia Builders Association, "Action"
        September 1984

        hdl   
    • 18
      42
      Advertising,
      1977

      9.27

    • 18
      43
      Architecture,
      1987

      647.04

    • 18
      44
      Architecture,
      1991

      647.03

    • 19
      1
      As Advertised in Shopping Center Digest,
      1990s

      647.08

    • 19
      2
      Big Apple Circus at Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      647.44

    • 19
      3
      Brochures,
      1990s

      477.2

    • 19
      4
      Brochure,
      2001
    • 19
      5
      Brochures,
      1990s
    • 19
      6
      Brochures,
      1990s
    • 19
      7
      Brochures,
      1990s
    • 19
      8
      Brochures,
      1990s
    • 19
      9
      Brochures,
      1990s
    • 19
      10
      Brochures for Reston Town Center,
      1990

      647.40

    • 19
      11
      Brochures/Pamphlets-Reston,
      1990s
    • 19
      12
      Brochures/Pamphlets-Reston,
      1990s
    • 19
      13
      Commercial Real Estate,
      1989-1991
    • 19
      14
      Design House in Reston,
      1990s

      461.20

      • 1.
        Brochure: Anonymous, "Great Ideas from One of America's Great New Homes"
        ca. 1978

        hdl   
    • 19
      15
      Developments,
      1980s
    • 19
      16
      Express Bus,
      1979

      533.7

      • 1.
        Booklet: Simon Enterprises, "Reston Virginia"
        ca. 1962

        hdl   
    • 19
      17
      Fairfax County-Promotional Packet,
      1990s

      9.26

    • 19
      18
      Gulf Reston, Incorporated Residential Rental Handbook,
      1970

      461.18

    • 19
      19
      In the Reston Town Center District, One Good Thing Leads To Another,
      1990s

      247.37

    • 20
      1
      In Reston Hunters Wood Village Hanes by Aldre,
      1990s

      9.7

    • 20
      2
      Industrial Property Guide-Reston Supplement,
      1960s

      9.19

    • 20
      3
      Industrial Reston Handbook,
      1960s

      9.17

      • 19.
        Industrial Reston
        ca. 1967

        hdl   
    • 20
      4
      "Inside Reston, Virginia",
      1970s

      9.14

    • 20
      5
      Lake Anne Village Center Opening,
      1965

      9.5

    • 20
      6
      Lake Anne Elementary School-Welcome Brochure,
      1960s

      19.14

    • 20
      7
      Lake Anne Village-Miscellaneous,
      1970s

      477.4

    • 20
      8
      Lake Fairfax Business Center-Reston, Virginia,
      1990s

      544.5

    • 20
      9
      Living...Reston Style,
      1960s

      480.21

    • 20
      10
      Map of Reston Virginia,
      1980s

      247.27

    • 20
      11
      New Dominion Magazine-Northern Virginia Focus, Reston Focus,
      1980s

      647.02

    • 20
      12
      News from Reston Town Center,
      1989

      247.40

    • 20
      13
      "Open Models" Handbook,
      1980s

      9.4

    • 20
      14
      One Year From Now, You'll Either Work Here or Wish You Did-Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      247.09

    • 20
      15
      Pamphlets,
      1990s

      533.6

    • 20
      16
      Premiere-Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      647.45

    • 20
      17
      Promotional Material,
      1990s
    • 20
      18
      Promotional Material,
      1990s
    • 20
      19
      Promotional Material,
      1990s
    • 20
      20
      Promotional Material,
      1990s
    • 20
      21
      Publicity-"What is Reston, Why is Reston?" Reston North Golf Course, The Crescent Apartments,
      1970s

      9.9

    • 20
      22
      Publicity Brochures,
      1970s

      9.15

      • 1.
        Postcard: Gulf Reston, Inc., "Reston, Virginia"
        no date

        hdl   
    • 20
      23
      Publicity/Information Packet-"Living Reston Style",
      1960s

      9.21

    • 20
      24
      Residents Handbook,
      1970s

      9.10

      • 1.
        Booklet: Gulf Reston, Inc., "Resident's Handbook Reston Virginia"
        January 1970

        hdl   
    • 20
      25
      Residential Rental Handbook, Gulf Reston, Incorporated,
      1970s

      9.11

    • 20
      26
      Reston Apartments-Floor Plans,
      1970s

      19.16

    • 20
      27
      Reston Arts Home Tour,
      1992

      461.28

    • 20
      28
      Reston At A Glance,
      1967-1968

      9.2

    • 20
      29
      Reston (Brochures and Pamphlets),
      1988

      480.48

    • 20
      30
      Reston Business Location Promotion,
      1984

      9.24

    • 20
      31
      Reston: Business,
      1980s

      461.26

    • 21
      1
      Reston Community Center,
      1980s

      477.15

    • 21
      2
      Reston Community Center,
      1980s

      422.4

    • 21
      3
      Reston: Commuter Bus,
      1970s

      461.10

    • 21
      4
      Reston Development Plan,
      1980s

      461.21

    • 21
      5
      Reston Facts and Figures,
      1995

      461.5

    • 21
      6
      Reston Facts and Figures,
      1982

      461.6

    • 21
      7
      Reston Film/Lecture Series,
      1980s

      9.13

    • 21
      8
      Reston Goes Downtown-Metropolitan Home,
      1987

      647.10

    • 21
      9
      Reston Golf and Country Club,
      1970s

      461.27

    • 21
      10
      Reston Housing: Promotional Materials,
      1980s

      461.7

    • 21
      11
      Reston Human Services,
      1990s

      477.12

    • 21
      12
      Reston Industrial Center Handbook, Conference Center complex-Flyer,
      1980s

      9.16

    • 21
      13
      Reston Market Profile,
      1987
    • 21
      14
      Reston Market Profile,
      1980s

      477.6

    • 21
      15
      Reston Market Profile,
      1980-2000

      460.53

      • 1.
        Brochure: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston Market Profile: Business"
        January 1989

        hdl   
      • 2.
        Brochure: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston Market Profile: Demographics and Growth"
        May 1989

        hdl   
      • 3.
        Brochure: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston Market Profile: Transportation"
        April 1988

        hdl   
    • 21
      16
      Reston Master Plan ,
      1987

      645.03

    • 21
      17
      Reston Master Plan,
      1980s

      480.15

    • 21
      18
      Reston Neighborhoods,
      1980s

      461.8

      • 1.
        Newsletter: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston"
        1985

        hdl   
      • 2.
        Newsletter: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston"
        1986

        hdl   
      • 3.
        Newsletter: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston"
        Fall/Winter 1983

        hdl   
      • 4.
        Newsletter: Reston Land Corporation, "Reston"
        Spring/Summer 1983

        hdl   
    • 21
      19
      Reston Neighborhoods,
      1984

      480.8

    • 21
      20
      Reston Neighborhoods-Promotions,
      1980s

      9.25

    • 21
      21
      Reston Promotional Folder,
      1980s

      480.22

    • 21
      22
      Reston: Promotional Materials (Inside Reston),
      1970s

      461.30

      • 1.
        Brochure: Anonymous, "Inside Reston, Virginia"
        no date

        hdl   
    • 21
      23
      Reston, Publicity-Hunters Woods Village,
      1980s

      9.20

    • 21
      24
      Reston: Reston Unlike the Rest,
      1980s

      461.23

    • 21
      25
      Reston Quarterly Fact Sheet,
      1972

      461.1

    • 21
      26
      Reston Quarterly Fact Sheets,
      1969-1971

      9.3

    • 21
      27
      Reston Today, Reston Fact Sheet,
      1975

      461.2

    • 21
      28
      Reston Today, Reston Fact Sheet,
      1976

      461.3

    • 21
      29
      Reston Today, Slide Show,
      1980s

      461.4

    • 21
      30
      Reston Today-Slide Show Narrative,
      1980s

      19.13

    • 21
      31
      Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      477.13

    • 21
      32
      Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      461.25

      • 1.
        Newsletter: "News From Reston Town Center"
        Summer 1989

        hdl   
    • 22
      1
      Reston Town Center (Brochures),
      1990s
    • 22
      2
      Reston Town Center Office Market Outlook,
      1991
    • 22
      3
      Reston Town Center Market Street At Night,
      1990s

      247.10

    • 22
      4
      Reston Town Center Fountain Plaza,
      1990s

      247.11

    • 22
      5
      Reston Town Center Fountain Square,
      1990s

      247.12

    • 22
      6
      Reston Town Center Fountain Square Plaza,
      1990s

      247.13

    • 22
      7
      Reston Town Center Phase I Complex,
      1990s

      247.14

    • 22
      8
      Reston Town Center Outdoor Dining,
      1990s

      247.15

    • 22
      9
      Reston Town Center Hyatt Conservatory and Lounge,
      1990s

      247.16

    • 22
      10
      Reston Town Center Office Lobby,
      1990s

      247.17

    • 22
      11
      Reston Town Center Hyatt Regency REston,
      1990s

      247.18

    • 22
      12
      Reston Town Center Urban Core Site Plan,
      1990s

      247.19

    • 22
      13
      Reston Town Center District Aerial View,
      1990s

      247.20

    • 22
      14
      Reston Town Center Mercury Fountain and Fountain Square Pavilion,
      1990s

      247.21

    • 22
      15
      Reston Town Center Fountain Square Ice Rink,
      1990s

      247.22

    • 22
      16
      Reston Town Center Locator Map,
      1990s

      247.23

    • 22
      17
      Reston Town Center Office Stacking Plan,
      1990s

      247.24

    • 22
      18
      Reston Town Center Retail Leasing Plan,
      1990s

      247.25

    • 22
      19
      Reston Town Center District Land Use Plan,
      1990s

      247.26

    • 22
      20
      Reston Town Center ,
      1990s

      247.34

    • 22
      21
      Reston Town Center's Retail,
      1990

      247.39

    • 22
      22
      Reston Town Center The Offices at Fountain Square,
      1990s

      247.38

    • 22
      23
      Reston Town Center Multiplex Cinemas Invitation,
      1990s

      647.41

    • 22
      24
      Reston Town Center Community Holiday Parade,
      1990s

      647.05

    • 22
      25
      Reston, Virginia-Amenities,
      1990s

      247.32

    • 22
      26
      Reston, Virginia-The Best of Northern Virginia,
      1990s

      247.33

    • 22
      27
      Reston, Virginia-The Design House,
      1990s

      461.9

    • 22
      28
      Reston, Virginia-Publicity Flyer "Reston The Plan",
      1970s

      9.1

      • 1.
        Flyer: Reston, VA Inc., "Reston: The Plan"
        no date

        hdl   
    • 22
      29
      Reston, Virginia Twentieth Anniversary,
      1980s

      477.5

    • 22
      30
      Reston, Virginia-Future Home of the US Geological Survey,
      1970s

      9.18

    • 22
      31
      Reston, Virginia,
      1970s

      9.8

    • 22
      32
      Reston, Virginia Marketing Facts,
      1978

      4.12

    • 22
      33
      Reston, Virginia-Marketing Facts,
      1978

      4.11

    • 22
      34
      Reston, Virginia-Promotional Material,
      1972

      9.23

    • 23
      1
      Retail Tenant Criteria,
      1990s

      648.01

    • 23
      2
      Sheraton Inn and International Conference Center-Reston, Virginia (Press Release),
      1970s

      9.22

    • 23
      3
      Sheraton, Reston,
      1970s

      461.22

    • 23
      4
      Ten Reasons Why Your Business Can Be More Productive in Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      247.36

    • 23
      5
      Terraset School Brochure,
      1977

      461.11

    • 23
      6
      The First Village,
      1962

      461.13

    • 23
      7
      The First Village of Reston (Lake Anne),
      1962

      9.6

    • 23
      8
      The Good Life in Reston: Cultural and Recreational Opportunities for Leisure,
      1990

      480.23

    • 23
      9
      The New Towns,
      1960s

      480.27

    • 23
      10
      The Offices at Fountain Square,
      1990s

      247.35

    • 23
      11
      The Resident's Handbook-Reston,
      1968

      19.10

    • 23
      12
      The Reston Center for Industry and Government,
      1980

      480.3

    • 23
      13
      The Urban Land Institute-Project Reference File,
      1991

      647.01

    • 23
      14
      Thoreau Place,
      1990s
    • 23
      15
      Understanding and Enjoying Reston's Lakes,
      1980s

      480.5

    • 23
      16
      Urban Townhouse-Living in the Country at Reston (Brochure),
      1980s

      18.10

    • 23
      17
      Various Commercial and Community Real Estate Brochures,
      1990s

      1.7

    • 23
      18
      Village Center Opening-Lake Anne,
      1965

      19.4

    • 23
      19
      Your Guide to Reston Town Center,
      1990s

      647.47

    • 23
      20
      "Your New Home and How to Take Care of...",
      1960s

      18.12

  • Subseries 8: Scrapbook,
    1961-1980

    The subseries is comprised of material from a scrapbook related to Reston. The documents are photographs, articles and other paperwork. The material is in the original order that it was in the scrapbook.

    • 24
      1
      New York Herald Tribune-Macy's Plans S.I. Branch,
      1966

      497A.01

    • 24
      2
      The Washington Post-Unique School in Reston Will Feature Educational Architectural Innovation,
      1966

      497A.02

    • 24
      3
      New York Times-Western Europe Is Found to Lead US Economy in Community Planning,
      1965

      497A.03

    • 24
      4
      New York Times-Travel Section 10,
      1966

      497A.04

    • 24
      5
      New York Herald Tribune-Oil Industry Stinking Rich in Reality,
      1966

      497A.05

    • 24
      6
      The Washington Post POTOMAC-Restonians Residents Find They're Modern Day Pioneers,
      1966

      497A.06

    • 24
      7
      The Washingtonian,
      1966

      497A.07

    • 24
      8
      Business of Building,
      1965

      497A.08

    • 24
      9
      Statement from Eric B.T. Kindqurst,
      1960s

      497A.09

    • 24
      10
      The Critical Eye-Creating a New Town by Richard Atcheson,
      1960s

      497A.10

    • 24
      11
      The Whittlesey and Conklin Houses at Reston,
      1960s

      497A.11

    • 24
      12
      The Goodman Houses at Reston,
      1960s

      497A.12

    • 24
      13
      The Smith Houses at Reston,
      1960s

      497A.13

    • 24
      14
      Bob Simon's "City"-Reston, Virginia-Reston Residential Division,
      1960s

      497A.14

    • 24
      15
      The First Village-Reston,
      1960s

      497A.15

    • 24
      16
      Man of the Week-Robert Simon,
      1960s

      497A.16

    • 24
      17
      Profiles of Real Estate Leaders, Robert E. Simon, Jr.,
      1964

      497A.17

    • 24
      18
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-New Transit Setup Gets Capital Advice,
      1961

      497A.18

    • 24
      19
      Correspondence to Mrs. Simon-Governors of Real Estate Board of New York,
      1962-1963

      497A.18

    • 24
      20
      The National Observer-Suburbia Twist: A New City Rises, Tailored for People Who Vary,
      1963

      497A.19

    • 24
      21
      Washington, D.C. Star-Her Job Is to Banish New Town Blues,
      1963

      497A.20

    • 24
      22
      Mrs. Lubin-Clipping,
      1960s

      497A.21

    • 24
      23
      Real Estate-Lake At Reston Completed,
      1960s

      497A.22

    • 24
      24
      The Inneapolis Star-Real Estate Round-up Builder Stresses Leisure Homes,
      1963

      497A.23

    • 24
      25
      St. Paul Dispatch-Community Should Fit People's Needs,
      1963

      497A.24

    • 24
      26
      Minneapolis Morning Tribune-Architects' Scope Is Questioned,
      1963

      497A.25

    • 24
      27
      The Washington Post-First Village in Reston Will Get Residents,
      1964

      497A.26

    • 24
      28
      The New York Times-First Light of New Town Era Is on Horizon,
      1964

      497A.27

    • 24
      29
      Reston a Acrostic, What a New Town is, Outdoor Life Stressed, Tendency to Blandness,
      1960s

      497A.28

    • 24
      30
      New Legislations Purposes, Need for Design Controls, Costs are High,
      1960s

      497A.29

    • 24
      31
      House and Home Editorial Reprint-New Towns for America,
      1964

      497A.30

    • 24
      32
      "Clusters' Instead of Slurbs",
      1960s

      497A.32

    • 24
      33
      Industrial Design-Brave New Town,
      1964

      497A.33

    • 24
      34
      Reston Community,
      1960s

      497A.33

    • 24
      35
      Reston, Virginia,
      1960s

      497A.34

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      36
      Photography of Robert E. Simon, Jr. with Reston Map,
      1960s

      497A.35

    • 24
      37
      Reston Industrial Center for Research and Government,
      1960s

      497A.36

    • 24
      38
      Letter from City Planning Commission-Department of City Planning to Mr. Simon,
      1964

      497A.37

    • 24
      39
      Letter to Mr. William F.R. Ballard,
      1964

      497A.39

    • 24
      40
      Photograph of Construction,
      1960s

      497A.39

    • 24
      41
      Cluster Concept Proposed in Town,
      1964

      497C.01

    • 24
      42
      Cluster Concept Proposed in Town,
      1964

      497C.02

    • 24
      43
      A New City is Rising,
      1964

      497C.03

    • 24
      44
      Reston is Growing Rapidly,
      1964

      497C.04

    • 24
      45
      New School Approved in Fairfax,
      1964

      497C.05

    • 24
      46
      Cluster Zoning Could Create New Designs,
      1964

      497C.06

    • 24
      47
      Profiles of Real Estate Leaders,
      1964

      497C.07

    • 24
      48
      Coming to Reston,
      1964

      497C.08

    • 24
      49
      Fairfax Board Approves Home-Type Reston School,
      1964

      497C.09

    • 24
      50
      Reston Community Decision Could Disturb Growth,
      1964

      497C.10

    • 24
      51
      Bank Opens Branch in Reston,
      1964

      497C.11

    • 24
      52
      Model of an Aerial View of Reston,
      1960s

      497e.01

    • 24
      53
      The Washington Post-Made Reston Official,
      1965

      497e.02

    • 24
      54
      The Reston Center for Industry and Government Today and in 1980,
      1960s

      497e.02

    • 24
      55
      Reston, Virginia: The Reston Story,
      1960s

      497e.04

    • 24
      56
      Planning Memoranda on Reston: Report to Simon Enterprises,
      1962

      497e.05

    • 24
      57
      A Guide to Reston, Virginia-Washington's New Neighbor (Pamphlet),
      1960s

      497e.06

    • 24
      58
      Reston North Golf Course (Map and Description of HOles),
      1960s

      497e.07

    • 24
      59
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      497e.08

    • 24
      60
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      497e.09

    • 24
      61
      The Reston Letter,
      1963

      497e.10

    • 24
      62
      The Reston Letter,
      1964

      497e.11

    • 24
      63
      The National Observer-Suburbia Twist: A City Rises for People Who Vary,
      1963

      497e.12

    • 24
      64
      'Clusters' Instead of 'Slurbs',
      1964

      497e.13

    • 24
      65
      House and HOme Editorial Reprint-New Towns for America,
      1964

      497e.14

    • 24
      66
      The New York Times-First Light of New Town Era is On Horizon,
      1964

      497e.15

    • 24
      67
      Industrial Design-Brave New Town,
      1964

      497e.16

    • 24
      68
      The Dulles-Herndon-Virginian-Michalski Will Build at Reston,
      1964

      497f.01

    • 24
      69
      Washington Post-HRB Singer Reston Lab,
      1964

      497f.02

    • 24
      70
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Motorola to Locate at Reston,
      1964

      497f.03

    • 24
      71
      The Washington Daily News-Life Will Soon Begin at Reston,
      1964

      497f.04

    • 24
      72
      Fairfax County Sun Echo-Reston's Second Industrial Tenant Set,
      1964

      497f.05

    • 24
      73
      The Washington Post-Bright Signs of Better Bus Service,
      1964

      497f.06

    • 24
      74
      Elyria, Ohio, Chronicle-Telegram-Oil Companies Are Taking First Steps on Realty Trial,
      1964

      497f.07

    • 24
      75
      The Dulles-Herndon Virginia-Regan to Reston Church,
      1964

      497f.08

    • 24
      76
      The Washington World-The Reston, Virginia Story,
      1964

      497f.09

    • 24
      77
      The Evening Star-Occupancy Nearly Ready at Reston,
      1964

      497f.10

    • 24
      78
      Bristol, Virginia, Herald Courier, Virginia-Tennessean-Area Native Has Role IN New City,
      1964

      497f.11

    • 24
      79
      The Northern Virginia-Reston, The Planned City, Is Nearly Ready,
      1964

      497f.12

    • 24
      80
      The Washington Post-Reston Plans to Show Town Houses,
      1964

      497f.13

    • 24
      81
      National Real Estate Inventory, New York, New York-Names in the News,
      1964

      497f.14

    • 24
      82
      The New York Times-Town Plan Said to Aid Family Life,
      1964

      497f.15

    • 24
      83
      The Washington Post-British Planners Tour D.C. Suburbs,
      1964

      497f.16

    • 25
      1
      Richmond Times-Jackson Named to Board,
      1964

      497f.17

    • 25
      2
      Home Furnishings Daily, New York, New York-Curtis, Kroehler In Model Home Tie,
      1964

      497f.18

    • 25
      3
      The Washington Daily News-Announcement that Human Sciences Research Incorporated,
      1964

      497f.19

    • 25
      4
      Falls Church, Virginia Mount Vernon Lee Press-Echoes,
      1964

      497f.20

    • 25
      5
      Dayton Beach, Florida, News Journal-Congress Will Provide for Preplanned Cities,
      1964

      497f.21

    • 25
      6
      Arlington, Virginia, Northern Virginia-Area Firm Will Move to Reston,
      1964

      497f.22

    • 25
      7
      New York Herald Tribune-New Community Offers Piped Air Conditioning,
      1964

      497f.23

    • 25
      8
      The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio-Boom in Building of HOmes Is Seen,
      1964

      497f.24

    • 25
      9
      Daily News Record-Vivid Colors Prominent in Reston Homes,
      1964

      497f.25

    • 25
      10
      Brainerd, Minnesota-'City in the Country' May Be Right Answer to Growing Urban Problems,
      1964

      497f.26

    • 25
      11
      Daily News, New York, New York-Boat Design Contest Open,
      1964

      497f.27

    • 25
      12
      Newsday-Paging Women: One Good Turn...,
      1964

      497f.28

    • 25
      13
      Hanover, New Hampshire, Gazette-New Community of Reston, Virginia Studied by Housing Club Committee,
      1964

      497f.29

    • 25
      14
      Daily News, New York, New York-How Cool Can You Get?,
      1964

      497f.30

    • 25
      15
      The Washington Daily News-First Townhouses on Display: Reston Is Opening Its First Doors,
      1964

      497f.31

    • 25
      16
      The Washington Post-View of a Goodman Designed Townhouse,
      1964

      497f.32

    • 25
      17
      The Virginian-Reston Town Hoses to Open Sunday,
      1964

      497f.33

    • 25
      18
      Evening Star-Duck Soup Wins Three Classes in First Reston Show,
      1964

      497f.34

    • 25
      19
      The Northern Virginia Weekly bulletin Shopper-Reston Holds Preview of New Homes,
      1964

      497f.35

    • 25
      20
      Home Furnishings Daily, New York, New York-HFD to Review New COmmunity,
      1964

      497f.36

    • 25
      21
      The Washington Post-Reston's First Village Features Cluster Housing Near Lake Anne,
      1964

      497f.37

    • 25
      22
      The Washington Post-Reston's First Model Townhouse Soon Will Be Ready for Viewing,
      1964

      497f.38

    • 25
      23
      The Washington Post-Many Visit Reston,
      1964

      497f.39

    • 25
      24
      The Fairfax City Times-Reston Show,
      1964

      497f.40

    • 25
      25
      Reston American, Boston, Masschuesttes-Community Air Conditioning For Homes,
      1964

      497f.41

    • 25
      26
      Roanoke, Virginia, World News-'Satellite City' Previewed,
      1964

      497f.42

    • 25
      27
      The Evening Star-Smith Houses Open at Reston,
      1964

      497f.43

    • 25
      28
      The Washington Post-Distillery Expands,
      1964

      497f.44

    • 25
      29
      The Evening Star-Real Estate: First Reston Homes Open,
      1964

      497f.45

    • 25
      30
      Town Tatler-New City,
      1964

      497f.46

    • 25
      31
      Air Conditioning and Refrigeration News, Detroit Michigan-Community...,
      1964

      497f.47

    • 25
      32
      Sun Echo-Reston's Lake Anne village Opening to Public on October 24,
      1964

      497f.48

    • 25
      33
      Washington World-Reston, Virginia Is Workplay Eden Near Capital,
      1964

      497f.49

    • 25
      34
      Arlington, Virginia, Northern Virginia Sun-Reston Community Has Grand Opening As Press Tours Clusters on Large Lake,
      1964

      497f.50

    • 25
      35
      The Virginian and Fairfax City Times-REston's First Open House Set for October 16,
      1964

      497f.51

    • 25
      36
      Forbes Magazine-The Coming New Boom in Housing,
      1964

      497f.52

    • 25
      37
      The Lake Cluster (Photo of Townhouses From Newspaper),
      1964

      497f.53

    • 25
      38
      McLean, Virginia, Providence Journal-First Units of Reston Project on Display Around Lake Anne,
      1964

      497f.54

    • 25
      39
      3,000 Home Community by Richard B. Lyman, Real Estate Editor,
      1960s

      497f.55

    • 25
      40
      House and Home, New York, New York-Central Plant cools Entire Community,
      1964

      497f.56

    • 25
      41
      Daily News, New York-Chatter!,
      1964

      497f.57

    • 25
      42
      The New Haven Register, New Haven Connecticut-Virginia Village Will Be Totally Air Conditioned,
      1964

      497f.58

    • 25
      43
      The Washington Daily News-No Official Verdict Yet: Satellite City Will House 110,000,
      1964

      497f.59

    • 25
      44
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Property Investment TO Be Topic for 3,
      1964

      497f.60

    • 25
      45
      Boulder, Colorado, Camera-Planned Towns Constructed ON Washington's Outskirts,
      1964

      497f.61

    • 25
      46
      The Washington Post-Plans for New 110,000 Population Presented,
      1964

      497f.62

    • 25
      47
      Arlington, Virginia, Northern Virginia-Industrial Firm Opens at Reston,
      1964

      497f.63

    • 25
      48
      The New York Times-Agency In Jersey Plans a New City,
      1964

      497f.64

    • 25
      49
      Interior Decorators' And Contract News, New York, New York-Clippings About Interior of Homes in Reston,
      1964

      497f.65

    • 25
      50
      Interior Decorators' And Contract News, New York New York-Burlington Decorative Fabrics Star in Model 'Home of Future',
      1964

      497f.66

    • 25
      51
      The Washington Post-The State of Real Estate,
      1964

      497f.67

    • 25
      52
      The Washington Daily News-Billion Dollar Project for Howard County: Columbia, The Gem of Howard County,
      1964

      497f.68

    • 25
      53
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Planned Cities Speed Washington's Growth,
      1964

      497f.69

    • 25
      54
      Newsweek, New York, New York-New Towns: Shape of Utopia?,
      1964

      497f.70

    • 25
      55
      The Bond Buyer-Projected New Cities A Likely Source for Revenue Bonds,
      1964

      497f.71

    • 25
      56
      NOrthern Virginia Weekly Bulletin-Bulletin Portrait: Mr. Simon,
      1964

      497f.72

    • 25
      57
      New York Herald Tribune-A Model of 65 million dollars Twin Rivers Project of 3,000 Homes Planned by Amron Construction Corporation In East Windsor Township, New Jersey,
      1964

      497f.73

    • 25
      58
      Modern Floor Coverings New York, New York-MFC Indicators and MFC Speaking Out,
      1964

      497f.74

    • 25
      59
      The Washington Post-To Cope With Urban Sprawl, Population Growth,
      1964

      497f.75

    • 25
      60
      The Virginian, The Dulles Herndon Virginian-Industry Should Prepare,
      1964

      497f.76

    • 25
      61
      The Washington Post-Hopeful Model City,
      1964

      497f.77

    • 25
      62
      The Northern Virginia Sun-Area Industrial Pace Moves Ahead, Reston Cited As A Major Attraction,
      1964

      497f.78

    • 25
      63
      Fairfax County Sun Echo-Reston's Repute Is Worldwide,
      1964

      497f.79

    • 25
      64
      Falls Church Virginia Sun Echo-Electronics Are Chief Industries,
      1964

      497f.80

    • 25
      65
      Pittsburgh, California, Post Dispatch-One Plan Will Supply Means to Cool Homes,
      1964

      497f.81

    • 25
      66
      Fairfax County Sun Echo-Robert E. Simon, Jr. 'Businessman of 1964',
      1964

      497f.82

    • 25
      67
      Snips Magazine, Chicago, Illinois-Carrier to Pioneer Huge Project to Cool Entire Town from Central Plant,
      1964

      497f.83

    • 25
      68
      Virginia Record, Richmond, Virginia-ALA News,
      1964

      497f.84

    • 25
      69
      Mechanical Contractor, New York, New York-Nesmaker's In Industry: Entire Village Cooled with the Central Air,
      1964

      497f.85

    • 25
      70
      Falls Church, Virginia, Sun Echo-15 Firms Moved Recent Months,
      1964

      497f.86

    • 25
      71
      Fairfax County Sun Echo, Business and Industrial Edition,
      1964

      497f.87

    • 25
      72
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.01

    • 25
      73
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.02

    • 25
      74
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.03

    • 25
      75
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.04

    • 25
      76
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.05

    • 25
      77
      Reston Business Center,
      1980s

      498A.06

    • 25
      78
      Bloomingdales Tour in Reston,
      1980s

      498A.07

    • 25
      79
      Reston's First Church,
      1964

      498A.08

    • 25
      80
      Facts and Figures,
      1980s

      498A.09

    • 25
      81
      Planned Residential Community (PRC) Review Process,
      1980s

      498A.10

    • 25
      82
      Reston Advertisement-Map of Houses Available,
      1980s

      498A.11

    • 25
      83
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.12

    • 25
      84
      Reston Office Space,
      1984

      498A.13

    • 25
      85
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.14

    • 25
      86
      Reston Center Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.15

    • 25
      83
      Employee Base,
      1983

      498A.16

    • 25
      84
      Reston Market Profile: Community Services,
      1980s

      498A.17

    • 25
      85
      Reston Advertisement,
      1980s

      498A.18

    • 25
      86
      New Towns Would Use US Funds,
      1964

      498B.01

    • 25
      87
      New Interracial Suburban Cities Urged to Solve Urban Problems,
      1964

      498B.02

    • 25
      88
      Town To Have Air condition From One Plant,
      1964

      498B.03

    • 25
      89
      Central Air Conditioning Plants for Whole Cities Now Foreseen,
      1964

      498B.04

    • 25
      90
      What Is a New Town? One Answer Is Reston,
      1964

      498B.05

    • 25
      91
      Reston Development Takes on City Look,
      1964

      498B.06

    • 25
      92
      The American 'Renaissance'" The Revitalization of Our Cities,
      1964

      498B.07

    • 25
      93
      Central Cooling for Village,
      1964

      498B.08

    • 25
      94
      "First Family" Moves Into Reston,
      1964

      498B.09

    • 25
      95
      Reston: The Building of a City,
      1964

      498B.10

    • 25
      96
      'Home of the Future Is Reality in Today's Coordinated 'New Towns',
      1964

      498B.11

    • 25
      97
      Apartments Light Area Firemen,
      1964

      498B.12

    • 25
      98
      City of Tomorrow: Idea Home Relies on Color, Texture,
      1964

      498B.13

    • 25
      99
      For Better Decor: Contrast Important in Home,
      1964

      498B.14

    • 25
      100
      Surburia's Success Questioned: Is Split-level American Dream Fading?,
      1965

      498B.15

    • 25
      101
      Our Washington Report: Johnson's Election Assures Continued Programs, Federal Plans Spur New Communities,
      1964

      498B.16

    • 25
      102
      The Dulles light,
      1964

      498B.17

    • 26
      1
      Entire Town In Virginia Will Be Air Conditioned,
      1965

      498B.18

    • 26
      2
      Business Finds New Horizon in Old Cities,
      1965

      498B.19

    • 26
      3
      European Satellites Give US Lessons,
      1965

      498B.20

    • 26
      4
      How School Aid Will Be Allotted,
      1965

      498B.21

    • 26
      5
      St. Charles Sprouts on 8,000 Acres,
      1965

      498B.22

    • 26
      6
      New Community Growth Set at 500,000 by 1980,
      1965

      498B.23

    • 26
      7
      Reston's Industry Grows,
      1965

      498B.24

    • 26
      8
      Town To Have Air Conditioning From One Central Plant,
      1965

      498B.25

    • 26
      9
      Rail Transit, Highways In Northern Virginia 2000 Plan,
      1965

      498B.26

    • 26
      10
      Jury May Get Rights Admission/State College,
      1960s

      498B.27

    • 26
      11
      Townhouse Question To Be Raised Again,
      1965

      498B.28

    • 26
      12
      Community Design,
      1965

      498B.29

    • 26
      13
      Half A Million Person to Live In a Dozen Planned Community,
      1965

      498B.30

    • 26
      14
      Apartment Housing For Elderly and a Significant Proposal,
      1965

      498B.31

    • 26
      15
      The American Federations,
      1965

      498B.32

    • 26
      16
      Architectural Students Design A.L.I. Dream County of Future and An Answer to Tomorrow's Housing Problems May Be on Today's Drawing Boards at Pratt,
      1965

      498B.33

    • 26
      17
      At Home,
      1965

      498B.34

    • 26
      18
      Our Towns of the Future,
      1965

      498B.35

    • 26
      19
      Reston Is Beginning to Come to Life,
      1965

      498B.36

    • 26
      20
      Community of the Future,
      1965

      498B.37

    • 26
      21
      Chilled Water,
      1965

      498B.38

    • 26
      22
      Discussion Group In Reston,
      1965

      498B.39

    • 26
      23
      A New Town-House Beautiful Monthly,
      1965

      498B.40

    • 26
      24
      Building Plan For Cheswick Is Disclosed-Franklin Farm in Henrico Seen as Self-Contained,
      1965

      498B.41

    • 26
      25
      Colonial Theme Would Be Followed in Development of Planned Henrico Neighborhood,
      1965

      498B.42

    • 26
      26
      Cooling Piped Under Roads,
      1965

      498B.43

    • 26
      27
      Tomorrow's New Town,
      1965

      498B.44

    • 26
      28
      Towns Challenge Suburban Sprawl,
      1965

      498B.45

    • 26
      29
      Town In Virginia To Have Central Air Conditioning,
      1965

      498B.46

    • 26
      30
      Decorating Tips From 'Idea Home',
      1965

      498B.47

    • 26
      31
      Trend to Utility-Supplied Air Conditioning Stressed, by Nassua Heating-Cooling Plant,
      1965

      498B.48

    • 26
      32
      New Towns,
      1965

      498B.49

    • 26
      33
      New Angle To Seating Arrangements,
      1965

      498B.50

    • 26
      34
      Time Article on Reston,
      1965

      498B.51

    • 26
      35
      Building and Construction Gird for High-Rising Future,
      1965

      498B.52

    • 26
      36
      Space-Frame Design Ties Together Two and Three Story Houses/Mixed Design Avoids the Monotony of the Traditional Row-House Look,
      1965

      498B.53

    • 26
      37
      Virginia Village Plans to Install Air Conditioning From 1 Plant,
      1965

      498B.54

    • 26
      38
      Capital Market Report-Display Model of Section of Reston, Virginia,
      1965

      498B.55

    • 26
      39
      Apartment Construction in Washington D.C.,
      1965

      498B.56

    • 26
      40
      Real Estate Forum Article About Robert Schlageter and Robert E. Simon, Jr.,
      1965

      498B.57

    • 26
      41
      Reston and Robert E. Simon, Jr. Articles from Progressive Architecture and the Washington Post,
      1965

      498B.58

    • 26
      42
      Rev. Havner To Be Speaker At Del Ray,
      1965

      498B.59

    • 26
      43
      Ault's Layouts Bear the Marks of the Masters,
      1965

      498B.60

    • 26
      61
      Pan Am/No. 3: A Symbol and a Show,
      1965

      498B.61

    • 26
      45
      Conversation Group,
      1965

      498B.62

    • 26
      46
      For Home Color Scheme-Just Imagine You're Baking a Cake,
      1965

      498B.63

    • 26
      47
      Flowers Go To The Legs,
      1965

      498B.64

    • 26
      48
      Decor Plan Compared to Baking,
      1965

      498B.65

    • 26
      49
      The New Towns,
      1965

      498B.66

    • 26
      50
      New Arrival,
      1965

      498B.67

    • 26
      51
      Names,
      1965

      498B.68

    • 26
      52
      Note from the Secretary of the Interior to Bob,
      1965

      498B.69

    • 26
      53
      Rail Transit, Highways Backed for Norther Virginia,
      1965

      498B.70

    • 26
      54
      Reston Plans Second Golf Course, Driving Range,
      1965

      498B.71

    • 26
      55
      Echoes,
      1965

      498B.72

    • 26
      56
      Towns Challenge Suburban Sprawl,
      1965

      498B.73

    • 26
      57
      What's New For Living,
      1965

      498B.74

    • 26
      58
      After 110 Turbulent Years-W and OD Nears End of Line,
      1965

      498B.75

    • 26
      59
      Sauce for the Gander,
      1965

      498B.76

    • 26
      60
      Apartments Light Area Firmament,
      1964

      498B.77

    • 26
      61
      First Village Rising at Reston,
      1965

      498B.78

    • 26
      62
      New Jersey-Reston, Virginia: National Real Estate Investor,
      1965

      498B.79

    • 26
      63
      Planners Strive to Control Traffic and Sprawl,
      1965

      498B.80

    • 26
      64
      Mix Cup of This, Dash of That--New Home Decor,
      1965

      498B.81

    • 26
      65
      Town Plans One Air Conditioner,
      1965

      498B.82

    • 26
      66
      Reston's New Residential Sales Manager,
      1965

      498B.83

    • 26
      67
      Decorating Rules Made to be Broken,
      1965

      498B.84

    • 26
      68
      Cake Cues the Hues,
      1965

      498B.85

    • 26
      69
      Second Golf Course, Driving Range to be Built,
      1965

      498B.86

    • 26
      70
      Colors Need Proportioning,
      1965

      498B.87

    • 26
      71
      Decorating Likened to Baking a Cake,
      1965

      498B.88

    • 26
      72
      Planning Colors 'Like Baking Cake',
      1965

      498B.89

    • 26
      73
      Decorator Compares Mixing of Colors With Baking Cake,
      1965

      498B.90

    • 26
      74
      Cake Recipe Offers Pretty Good Rule For Room Colors,
      1965

      498B.91

    • 26
      75
      Fairfax County Water Authority,
      1964

      498B.92

    • 26
      76
      Is Corridor Plan in Limbo?,
      1965

      498B.93

    • 26
      77
      Plan and Answer to Suburban Sprawl,
      1964

      498C.01

    • 26
      78
      Dual Purpose-Model Home, Journal Gazette,
      1964

      498C.02

    • 26
      79
      Builders Lukewarm on Urban Affairs, The Evening Star,
      1964

      498C.03

    • 26
      80
      Benefits of Living Reston,
      1960s

      498C.04

    • 26
      81
      Side Lighting Utmost in Flattery, Dallas Morning News,
      1964

      498C.05

    • 26
      82
      Hope and a Problem,
      1960s

      498C.06

    • 26
      83
      Reston Receives its First Family,
      1964

      498C.07

    • 26
      84
      Virginia Recreation Group to Study Area Parks-Northern Virginia Sun,
      1964

      498C.08

    • 26
      85
      Entire Community to be Air Conditioned-Tampa Times,
      1964

      498C.09

    • 26
      86
      Stadler Urges Aid Against City Blight-Washington Post,
      1964

      498C.10

    • 26
      87
      Reston's Waterfront Town-Northern Virginia Sun,
      1964

      498C.11

    • 26
      88
      Economic Growth-Washington Post,
      1964

      498C.12

    • 26
      89
      Church Opens in Reston-Dulles-Herndon Virginian,
      1964

      498C.13

    • 26
      90
      Reston's First Worship Service-Loundon Times,
      1964

      498C.14

    • 26
      91
      Living Rooms of Next-Door Neighbors,
      1964

      498C.15

    • 26
      92
      Reston Master Plan,
      1960s

      498C.16

    • 26
      93
      New Day in Suburbia-Congressional Record,
      1960s

      498C.17

    • 26
      94
      Three Men at Construction Site (Photo),
      1960s

      498C.18

    • 26
      95
      Men at Construction Site,
      1960s

      498C.19

    • 26
      96
      Reston Sales Building (Photo),
      1960s

      498C.21

    • 26
      97
      Key Personnel of Simon Enterprises (Photo),
      1964

      498C.22

    • 26
      98
      Methodist,
      1960s

      498C.23

    • 26
      99
      Redeemer Methodist Start in Reston,
      1964

      498C.24

    • 26
      100
      Service in Reston Set,
      1964

      498C.25

    • 26
      101
      Town Plan Said to Aid Family Life,
      1964

      498C.26

    • 26
      102
      DC Suburbs and Plans to Show Town Houses,
      1964

      498C.27

    • 26
      103
      First Reston Homes Open,
      1964

      498C.28

    • 26
      104
      Reston is Opening its First Doors,
      1964

      498C.29

    • 26
      105
      Reston's First Model Town,
      1960s

      498C.30

    • 26
      106
      Reston's First Village Features Cluster Housing Near Lake Anne,
      1964

      498C.31

    • 26
      107
      New Community Offers Piped Air Conditioning,
      1964

      498C.32

    • 26
      108
      One Good Turn...,
      1964

      498C.33

    • 26
      109
      Echoes-A Great Dream,
      1964

      498C.34

    • 26
      110
      Reston's Lake Anne village Opening to Public,
      1964

      498C.35

    • 26
      111
      Reston Town Houses To Open Sunday,
      1964

      498C.36

    • 27
      1
      A Likely Source for Revenue Bond,
      1964

      498C.37

    • 27
      2
      Central Plant Will Air Cool Entire Town,
      1964

      498C.38

    • 27
      3
      Reston's Repute is Worldwide,
      1964

      498C.39

    • 27
      4
      Village Sets Central Heat, Cooling Unit,
      1964

      498C.40

    • 27
      5
      Reston Development Takes a City Look,
      1964

      498C.41

    • 27
      6
      Sauce for the Gander New Towns,
      1965

      498C.42

    • 27
      7
      Golf Course, Rail Transit, Dulles Light,
      1965

      498C.43

    • 27
      8
      Virginia Called Derelict in Gaining US Offices,
      1965

      498C.44

    • 27
      9
      Reston, Virginia,
      1962

      498C.45

    • 27
      10
      Reston Creator HOnored,
      1964

      498C.46

    • 27
      11
      Railroad is Praised for Suburb Service,
      1965

      498D.01

    • 27
      12
      Japanese Beat the Heat by Utilizing Psychology,
      1960s

      498D.03

    • 27
      13
      Washington Galleries Tour Progress at Reston,
      1965

      498D.04

    • 27
      14
      James B. Selonick,
      1965

      498D.05

    • 27
      15
      Progress: Some Examples,
      1965

      498D.06

    • 27
      16
      Budget Analysis,
      1965

      498D.07

    • 27
      17
      Modern Communities Planned to Provide Complete FAcilities,
      1965

      498D.08

    • 27
      18
      Robert E. Simon,
      1965

      498D.09

    • 27
      19
      New Community Planning Concepts, Solving Unruly Growth Problems,
      1965

      498D.10

    • 27
      20
      Cities Built All at Once,
      1960s

      498D.11

    • 27
      21
      Bleak Outlook for W and OD Survival,
      1965

      498D.12

    • 27
      22
      P.R. League Told About New Housing,
      1965

      498D.13

    • 27
      23
      TCI Engineers Will Build In Reston Center,
      1965

      498D.14

    • 27
      24
      Challenge is to Build Cities, Architects Told,
      1965

      498D.15

    • 27
      25
      Northern Virginia Holds Fast Place,
      1960s

      498D.16

    • 27
      26
      Transportation Consultants Incorporated Buys Five Acres,
      1965

      498D.017

    • 27
      27
      Northern Virginia Continues Big Strides,
      1965

      498D.19

    • 27
      28
      Community Concept Gaining,
      1965

      498D.20

    • 27
      29
      Cool Man in House,
      1965

      498D.21

    • 27
      30
      Gallery of Art Set Tour,
      1965

      498D.22

    • 27
      31
      Tennis Anyone,
      1965

      498D.23

    • 27
      32
      Church Leaders Developing Program Religion for Town Still in Plan Stage,
      1965

      498D.24

    • 27
      33
      Complete Air-Conditioned City,
      1965

      498D.25

    • 27
      34
      Articles about Simon Enterprises,
      1965

      498D.26

    • 27
      35
      Awards and Competitions,
      1965

      498D.27

    • 27
      36
      Coordination-JB Selonick,
      1965

      498D.28

    • 27
      37
      Suburbs with a Difference Being Built,
      1965

      498D.29

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      38
      Skip-a-Long,
      1960s

      498E.01

    • 27
      39
      Around the Hill,
      1960s

      498E.02

    • 27
      40
      Engineering in New Town,
      1965

      498E.03

    • 27
      41
      Some Communities,
      1960s

      498E.04

    • 27
      42
      Planned Community-Metropolitan News,
      1967

      498E.05

    • 27
      43
      Article,
      1960s

      498E.06

    • 27
      44
      Tomorrow's Suburbs,
      1960s

      498E.07

    • 27
      45
      Letter From America,
      1965

      498E.08

    • 27
      46
      Events at Washington Gallery,
      1965

      498E.09

    • 27
      47
      Laver Seeded No. 1 at Reston,
      1965

      498E.10

    • 27
      48
      Golf At Reston Starts Today,
      1965

      498E.11

    • 27
      49
      Broad Living Range, City Building,
      1965

      498E.12

    • 27
      50
      Planning For Beauty,
      1965

      498E.13

    • 27
      51
      Where Will Foxes Go?,
      1965

      498E.14

    • 27
      52
      Pro-Tennis Tourney is Benefit,
      1965

      498E.15

    • 27
      53
      The Week End That Was,
      1965

      498E.16

    • 27
      54
      President's Conference on Natural Beauty (Photo),
      1965

      498E.17

    • 27
      55
      Hope for Housing,
      1965

      498E.18

    • 27
      56
      The State of Real Estate and Building,
      1965

      498E.19

    • 27
      57
      Land Values,
      1965

      498E.20

    • 27
      58
      High Rise Goes Up at Reston Simon Stress Use Open Space,
      1965

      498E.21

    • 27
      59
      Condensation of Remarks by Herman E. Johnson,
      1965

      498E.22

    • 27
      60
      Castle and Cookie, Incorporated,
      1965

      498E.23

    • 27
      61
      Standard Fruit Interest,
      1965

      498E.24

    • 27
      62
      New Town in Virginia Hunt County,
      1965

      498E.25

    • 27
      63
      Art Patrons Get a Peek at Reston,
      1965

      498E.26

    • 27
      64
      Robert E. Simon Envelope,
      1965

      498E.27

    • 27
      65
      Users Continue Please To Save W and OD Line,
      1965

      498E.28

    • 27
      66
      Reston Model Interior (Newspaper Photo),
      1965

      498E.29

    • 27
      67
      Personal Side of Real Estate Board Living Range Offered at Reston,
      1965

      498E.30

    • 27
      68
      State of Real Estate and Building,
      1965

      498E.31

    • 27
      69
      William G. Simon,
      1965

      498E.32

    • 27
      70
      Skip-a-Long,
      1965

      498E.33

    • 27
      71
      More Places to Play, But More, Players,
      1965

      498E.34

    • 27
      72
      Novel Concept In Living Discussed At Davison,
      1965

      498E.35

    • 27
      73
      Across the Net,
      1965

      498E.36

    • 27
      74
      Individual Rated No. 1 at Reston,
      1965

      498E.37

    • 27
      75
      Pro-Tennis Tourney Set for Reston,
      1965

      498E.38

    • 27
      76
      Who Will Rule?,
      1965

      498E.39

    • 27
      77
      Pro-Tennis Tour Comes to Reston,
      1965

      498E.40

    • 27
      78
      It Started Out as Fun, But Then-,
      1965

      498E.41

    • 27
      79
      New Society,
      1965

      498E.42

    • 27
      80
      Professional Tennis Tournament Set for Reston,
      1965

      498E.43

    • 27
      81
      Reston Trees (Newspaper Photo),
      1965

      498E.44

    • 27
      82
      Engineers Explain Two New Communities,
      1965

      498E.45

    • 27
      83
      A/C Likely For Cities of the Future,
      1965

      498E.46

    • 27
      84
      Art Gallery to Open in Fall at Reston,
      1965

      498E.46

    • 27
      85
      Washington Galleryites,
      1965

      498E.47

    • 27
      86
      Economics of Beauty Stress by Simon,
      1965

      498E.48

    • 27
      87
      New Towns-Completely Planned,
      1965

      498E.49

    • 27
      88
      Towns Challenge Suburban Sprawl,
      1965

      498E.50

    • 27
      89
      New Suburbia,
      1960s

      498E.51

    • 27
      90
      Beautiful Nation Aim of Experts,
      1965

      498E.52

    • 27
      91
      Caption Writings,
      1965

      498E.53

    • 27
      92
      Appraisers and Bankers Tend to Ignore Interim Increase in Land Values,
      1965

      498E.54

    • 27
      93
      ...Divided into Villages, Town Plan,
      1965

      498E.53

    • 27
      94
      Selonick and Simon,
      1965

      498E.56

    • 27
      95
      Architect Says Race Barriers Must Be Ended,
      1965

      498E.57

    • 27
      96
      Two Genuine New Town,
      1960s

      498E.59

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      1
      Occupancy Nearly Ready at Reston,
      1964

      498F.01

    • 28
      2
      First Village Rising at Reston,
      1965

      498F.02

    • 28
      3
      The American Home,
      1960s

      498F.03

    • 28
      4
      Portfolio-Published Newsletter,
      1965

      498F.04

    • 28
      5
      US Budget Fine Print May Accelerate Land Development Boom,
      1965

      498F.05

    • 28
      6
      Fairfax Population to Top a Million,
      1965

      498F.06

    • 28
      7
      Robert E. Simon-Message to Secretary of the Interior,
      1960s

      498F.07

    • 28
      8
      Brand New City for Maryland,
      1964

      498F.08

    • 28
      9
      Reston's First Model Townhouse Soon Will Be Ready for Viewing,
      1960s

      498F.09

    • 28
      10
      A Guide to Reston,
      1964

      498F.10

    • 28
      11
      The Reston Story,
      1964

      498F.11

    • 28
      12
      Structure and Design,
      1964

      498F.12

    • 28
      13
      New Towns: Shape of Utopia,
      1964

      498F.13

    • 28
      14
      Fairfax County,
      1964

      498F.14

    • 28
      15
      West Gate of London,
      1964

      498F.15

    • 28
      16
      Town Plan Said to Aid Family Life,
      1964

      498F.16

    • 28
      17
      Could This Be Our Town,
      1960s

      498F.17

    • 28
      18
      Copies of New Articles,
      1964

      498F.18

    • 28
      19
      Chatter!,
      1964

      498F.19

    • 28
      20
      Planned Community-Today,
      1964

      498F.20

    • 28
      21
      Washington World,
      1964

      498F.21

    • 28
      22
      Washington World,
      1964

      498F.22

    • 28
      23
      "Reston, Virginia" Napkins,
      1960s
    • 28
      24
      Reston Plans to Show Town Houses,
      1964

      498F.23

    • 28
      25
      Opening Its First Doors,
      1964

      498F.24

    • 28
      26
      Arts in Virginia,
      1967

      498F.25

    • 28
      27
      Reston Center for Industry and Government,
      1960s

      498F.26

    • 28
      28
      Prospects and Problems,
      1965

      498F.27

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      29
      Mr. Brockett, President,
      1964

      498F.28

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      30
      Oil Firm's Interest in Housing,
      1960s

      498F.29

    • 28
      31
      First Mortgage Taken by Gulf,
      1960s

      498F.30

    • 28
      32
      Gulf Oil Invests in City Financing,
      1960s

      498F.31

    • 28
      33
      Air conditioning Piped Into Virginia Homes,
      1965

      498F.32

    • 28
      34
      Sales Manager Named at Reston,
      1965

      498F.33

    • 28
      35
      Two Sofas Solve Decorating Problems,
      1965

      498F.34

    • 28
      36
      "League Lines",
      1965

      498F.35

    • 28
      37
      Reynolds Building at Four Locations,
      1965

      498F.36

    • 28
      38
      The State of Real Estate and Building,
      1965

      498F.37

    • 28
      39
      Labeling Tours,
      1965

      498F.38

    • 28
      40
      A Small Room,
      1965

      498F.39

    • 28
      41
      Fairfax Wants Geological Survey,
      1965

      498F.40

    • 28
      42
      Reston Names Rice Vice President,
      1965

      498F.41

    • 28
      43
      Mix Colors with Care,
      1965

      498F.42

    • 28
      44
      Planners Are Swinging Around to Golf Courses,
      1965

      498F.43

    • 28
      45
      Agriculture Agency to Arrive,
      1965

      498F.44

    • 28
      46
      Reston Fights Maryland Bid for US Agencies Plans 75,000 City by 1980,
      1965

      498F.45

    • 28
      47
      Reston Developer Not At All Happy With State,
      1965

      498F.46

    • 28
      48
      Virginia Called Derelict in Gaining US Offices,
      1965

      498F.47

    • 28
      49
      Excerpts of Remarks by Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall to the Harvard-Yale-Princeton Club,
      1965

      498F.48

    • 28
      50
      Udall Changes 'Uglification' Of America,
      1965

      498F.49

    • 28
      51
      ...And Air Conditioned Cities,
      1965

      498F.50

    • 28
      52
      Reston Has Ideal Business Climate,
      1965

      498F.51

    • 28
      53
      Today's Buyer Knows More Than Builder,
      1965

      498F.52

    • 28
      54
      Planning Could Salvage Mile of Wisconsin Ave,
      1965

      498F.53

    • 28
      55
      Columbia: City in the Country; Howard County, Maryland Will Be Locale of a Brand New City Designed to Create the Great Life for its People,
      1965

      498F.54

    • 28
      56
      Town Plans Central Air Conditioning,
      1965

      498F.55

    • 28
      57
      Financial Specialist Is Reston Vice President,
      1965

      498F.56

    • 28
      58
      Udall Urges Challenge To Builders, Sees Reston As Wave of Future,
      1965

      498F.57

    • 28
      59
      First Village Rising at Reston,
      1965

      498F.58

    • 28
      60
      Code for Appraisers Outlined, Two Realtors Urge REliance on Land Use in Valuations,
      1965

      498F.59

    • 28
      61
      Community Planner to Talk on Privacy,
      1965

      498F.60

    • 28
      62
      Golf Lessons at Reston,
      1965

      498F.61

    • 28
      63
      These May be the Right Kind of New Town,
      1965

      498F.62

    • 28
      64
      The Appraiser,
      1965

      498F.63

    • 28
      65
      Outdoor Recreation Group Seeks Plain of Action for Open Spaces,
      1965

      498F.64

    • 28
      66
      This is the State of the Union: Free, Restless, Growing and Full of Hope,
      1965

      498F.65

    • 28
      67
      Rail Transit, Highways Backed for Northern Virginia,
      1965

      498F.66

    • 28
      68
      New-Community Growth Set at 500,000 by 1980,
      1965

      498F.67

    • 28
      69
      The New Towns in Virginia Hunt County,
      1965

      498F.68

    • 28
      70
      Where Will Foxes Go? Towns Challenge Suburban Sprawl,
      1965

      498F.69

    • 28
      71
      Udall Sees Renaissance of US Cities,
      1965

      498F.70

    • 28
      72
      High Rise Goes Up At Reston,
      1965

      498F.71

    • 28
      73
      Individual Rated No. 1 at Reston,
      1965

      498F.72

    • 28
      74
      Engineering in New Towns to be Seminar Subject,
      1965

      498F.73

    • 28
      75
      Northern Virginia Continues Big Stride,
      1965

      498F.74

    • 28
      76
      Publicity on Reston,
      1965

      498F.75

    • 28
      77
      Letter from Mr. Goyert Jr. to Mr. Simon about a Copy of His Thesis He Gave to Simon,
      1970

      498G.01

    • 28
      78
      Reston, Virginia, An Architectural History (Thesis Cover Page),
      1970

      498G.02

    • 28
      79
      Lake Anne with Boats Tied to Docks and Apartment Buildings in Background (Photo),
      1970s

      498G.03

    • 28
      80
      Reston, Virginia Anne Architectural History Thesis Quote from Wolf Von Eckhardt ,
      1970

      498G.04

    • 28
      81
      Contour Map of Reston, Virginia,
      1966

      498G.05

    • 28
      82
      Table of Contents,
      1970

      498G.06

    • 28
      83
      Chapter One-Introduction to New Towns (p. 1-8),
      1970

      498G.07

    • 28
      84
      The Reston Master Plan and Street Directory,
      1960s

      498G.08

    • 28
      85
      Chapter Two-Robert Simon (p. 9-12),
      1970

      498G.09

    • 28
      86
      Chapter Three Economics (p. 13-16),
      1970

      498G.10

    • 28
      87
      Ariel View of Reston Virginia (Drawing),
      1970

      498G.11

    • 28
      88
      Chapter Four-Reston Planning Committee Zoning (p. 17-20),
      1970

      498G.12

    • 28
      89
      Chapter Five-Economic Difficulty (p. 21-27),
      1970

      498G.13

    • 28
      90
      Chapter Six-Change in Management (p. 28-34),
      1970

      498G.14

    • 28
      91
      Chapter Seven-The Planning of Reston (p. 35-42),
      1970

      498G.15

    • 28
      92
      Chapter Eight-The first Projects (p. 43-57),
      1970

      498G.16

    • 28
      93
      Lake Anne and Homes (Photo),
      1970s

      498G.17

    • 28
      94
      Lake Anne Town Center (Photo),
      1970s

      498G.18

    • 28
      95
      Chapter Nine-Influences on the Planning (p. 58-64),
      1970

      498G.19

    • 28
      96
      Lake Anne Plaza with Lake Anne in Background (Photo),
      1970s

      498G.20

    • 28
      97
      Golf Course Island, Reston, Virginia,
      1970s

      498G.21

    • 29
      1
      Chapter Ten-Later Projects and Gulf-Reston Incorporated Planning (p. 65-71),
      1970

      498G.22

    • 29
      2
      Conclusion (p. 72-76),
      1970

      498G.23

    • 29
      3
      Bibliography (p. 77-79),
      1970

      498G.24

    • 29
      4
      Graphic Credits (p. 80),
      1970

      498G.25

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      5
      Appendix A (p. 81-84),
      1970

      498G.26

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      Appendix B: Townhouses (p. 85-87),
      1970

      498G.27

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      7
      Appendix C: Rental Projects (p. 88-89),
      1970

      498G.28

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      8
      Appendix D: Subsidized Housing (p. 90-91),
      1970

      498G.29

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      9
      Appendix E: Industrial and commercial Development (p.92),
      1970

      498G.30

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      10
      Photograph of Foundation,
      1964

      499A.01

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      11
      Photograph of Reston Land, Foundations and Lake,
      1964

      499A.02

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      12
      Photograph of Houses,
      1960s

      499A.03

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      13
      Photograph of Buildings, Houses and Land,
      1960s

      499A.04

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      14
      Photograph of Buildings Being Built,
      1960s

      499A.05

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      15
      Photograph of Buildings, Houses and Apartments,
      1960s

      499A.06

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      16
      Photograph of Construction of Many Different Houses,
      1960s

      499A.07

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      17
      Photograph of a Newly Built "School" Building,
      1960s

      499A.08

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      18
      Reston: A Case for Cluster,
      1960s

      499A.09

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      19
      Photograph of Newly Built Apartment,
      1960s

      499A.10

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      20
      Photograph of Finished Apartments and Courtyard,
      1965

      499A.11

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      21
      Photograph of Apartment and Driveway and Construction of Homes,
      1960s

      499A.12

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      22
      Photograph of Construction and Finished House and High Rise Building,
      1960s

      499A.13

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      23
      Photograph of Single Family Homes on the Waterfront,
      1960s

      499A.14

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      24
      Photograph of Pasterland With a Few Houses,
      1960s

      499A.15

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      25
      Photograph of Sculpture,
      1960s

      499A.16

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      26
      Photograph of Skeletal Buildings,
      1960s

      499A.17

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      27
      Photograph of Backside of Skeletal Buildings,
      1960s

      499A.18

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      28
      Photograph of Sculpture and Buildings/Construction,
      1960s

      499A.19

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      29
      Photograph of Lake Ann and Homes,
      1965

      499A.20

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      30
      Photograph of Backside of Multi-family Dwelling,
      1960s

      499A.21

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      31
      Photograph of Frontside of Multi-family Dwellings,
      1960s

      499A.22

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      32
      Photograph of Multi-Family Dwellings Finished with Cars,
      1960s

      499A.23

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      33
      A Billion Dollar Bet on a New Way to Live,
      1965

      499A.24

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      34
      Town-House Residents Enjoy 1,600 Acre Country Life Pleasures,
      1965

      499A.25

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      35
      Reston's Urban Town Center Satisfies the Urban Urge,
      1965

      499A.26

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      36
      Article With Different Pictures of Reston Life,
      1965

      499A.27

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      37
      Town is Called 'A Brave Design',
      1965

      499A.28

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      38
      Fully Planned Town Opens in Virginia,
      1960s

      499A.29

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      39
      Invitation to Lake Anne Village Center,
      1965

      499A.30

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      40
      Part II of Invitation,
      1965

      499A.31

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      41
      Growing Number of Arts Groups Reflect Pace of Cultural 'Boom',
      1960s

      499A.36

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      42
      She Returns Urbanity to Cities,
      1965

      499A.37

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      43
      Her Housing Is Human,
      1965

      499A.38

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      44
      Camera Advertisement,
      1960s

      499A.39

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      45
      Tomorrow's Towns,
      1960s

      499A.32

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      46
      Total Planning: Site of Town Near Washington,
      1960s

      499A.33

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      47
      Modern Living: New Towns,
      1960s

      499A.34

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      48
      1,000 Meet Today in War on Blight,
      1960s

      499A.35

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      49
      The Case for Building 350 New Towns (p.1),
      1960s

      499A.40

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      50
      The Case for Building 350 New Towns (p.2),
      1960s

      499A.41

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      51
      The Case for Building 350 New Towns (p.3),
      1960s

      499A.42

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      52
      The Case for Building 350 New Towns (p.4),
      1960s

      499A.43

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      53
      Suppose You Could Drive Out Here This Weekend,
      1965

      499A.44

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      54
      Map of Reston, Virginia,
      1960s

      499A.45

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      55
      Reston A Rural Ring,
      1960s

      499A.46

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      56
      Reston First of the New 'Satellite' Cities,
      1960s

      499A.47

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      57
      Publicity on Reston,
      1965

      499B.01

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      58
      Washington Post-Laver Loses Reston Final to Rosewell,
      1965

      499B.02

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      59
      The Sunday Star, Washington D.C.-Tennis Talk: Ornstein Girls in Orbit,
      1965

      499B.03

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      60
      The Sunday Bulletin, Philadelphia Pennsylvania-Community Air Cooled by Central Plant,
      1965

      499B.04

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      61
      Washington Daily News-Laver Opens at Reston,
      1965

      499B.05

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      62
      Sunday Star-Rosewell and Laver Gain Reston Final,
      1965

      499B.06

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      63
      Course Development Swings Right Along,
      1965

      499B.07

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      64
      Washington Post-Semifinals today at Reston: Laver, Gonzalaz, Rosweall Wins,
      1965

      499B.08

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      65
      'This Is Private Property Isn't It?'-The Washington Daily News,
      1965

      499B.09

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      66
      New town From the Ground Up-The Plain Dealer, Cleveland Ohio,
      1965

      499B.10

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      67
      Gimeno Hopes Return to Area Means Success-The Evening Star, Washington D.C.,
      1965

      499B.11

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      68
      Everybody Walks in 'City of the Future'-Chicago Tribune,
      1965

      499B.12

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      69
      The Virginian-Pilot,
      1965

      499B.13

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      70
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Stanley Rumbough Honored,
      1965

      499B.14

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      71
      Washington Post-Reston Hiring 22 Students This Summer,
      1965

      499B.15

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      72
      Washington Daily News-Gonzales Opens Play in Reston Pro-Tennis,
      1965

      499B.16

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      73
      The Evening STar, Washington D.C.-Net Clinic Set by Pro Stars,
      1965

      499B.17

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      74
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Reston Hires Students for Summer Job,
      1965

      499B.18

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      75
      New York Herald Tribune-Village Cooling System STarted,
      1965

      499B.19

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      76
      La Stampa-Neglis Stati Uniti Impresari Privati Stanno Costruendo 75 Citta Giardino,
      1965

      499B.20

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      77
      Florida AAA Motorist-"New Towns" and Child Safety Causing Stir in Real Estate,
      1965

      499B.21

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      78
      The Sunday Star, Washington D.C.-Tennis Talk: Pros 'Arrival Makes Reston Grow',
      1965

      499B.22

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      79
      The Washington Post-Pros Open pLay Today: Laver Seeded No. 1 at Reston,
      1965

      499B.23

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      80
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Pro-Tennis Tourney Is Benefit,
      1965

      499B.24

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      81
      House and Home, New York, New York (Clipping on 'Builders'),
      1965

      499B.25

    • 29
      82
      The Evening Star, Washington D.C.-Dale City Opens at Woodbridge,
      1965

      499B.10

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      83
      The Washington Post-City Building (Reston),
      1965

      499B.27

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      84
      The Dulles-Herndon Virginian-James B. Selinck (Presenting Art for Reston's Research and Industrial Center),
      1965

      499B.28

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      85
      The Birmingham News, Birmingham Alabama-Air Conditioning Cities Likely,
      1965

      499B.29

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      86
      The Evening Star-Central Air Conditioning At Reston in One Unit,
      1965

      499B.30

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      87
      The Washington Post-Segura, Buchholz Play Reston Opener,
      1965

      499B.31

    • 29
      88
      New York Herald Tribune-Carrier Cools Off An Entire Town,
      1965

      499B.32

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      89
      Newark Sunday News-Community Control of Air Conditioning,
      1965

      499B.33

    • 29
      90
      Dining in a Contemporary Mood, A Charming Host and Hostess, A Documentary Paper and Corner Fireplace (Interior Decorating),
      1965

      499B.34

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      91
      The New York Times-Growing Number of Arts Groups Reflect Pace of Cultural 'Boom',
      1965

      499B.35

    • 29
      92
      The Washington Post-3 Man Fight at Reston Across the Net With Byron Roberts,
      1965

      499B.36

    • 29
      93
      The Washington Post-Tennis Patrons Serve UP Reston Tourney Prelim,
      1965

      499B.37

    • 29
      94
      The Evening STar, Washington D.C.-Reston Draw Hurts Hopes of Rosewall,
      1965

      499B.38

    • 29
      95
      The Washington Daily News-Tops in Business (Motorola at Reston),
      1965

      499B.39

    • 29
      96
      Washington Post-New Urban Electorate Sways Byrd Organization,
      1965

      499B.40

    • 29
      97
      The Washington Post-City Building,
      1965

      499B.41

    • 29
      98
      Washington Post-New Electorate Swaying Byrd Rule,
      1965

      499B.42

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      Washington Post-Reston Gets New Industry,
      1965

      499B.43

    • 30
      2
      Washington Post-Udall Sees Renaissance of US Cities,
      1965

      499B.44

    • 30
      3
      Northern Virginia Sun-Reston Still in Running For US Survey Site,
      1965

      499B.45

    • 30
      4
      Washington Post-Community Air Conditioning,
      1965

      499B.46

    • 30
      5
      Washington Post-Rod Laver No. 1 Seed at Reston,
      1965

      499B.47

    • 30
      6
      Evening Star-Reston Draw Hurts Hopes of Rosewall,
      1965

      499B.48

    • 30
      7
      The Washington Post-Tennis Benefit for Community Services,
      1965

      499B.49

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      8
      The Cleveland Press-One Giant Unit Will Cool Entire Virginia Village,
      1965

      499B.50

    • 30
      9
      Arlington , Virginia, Northern Virginia Sun-Reston STill in Running for US Survey Site,
      1965

      499B.51

    • 30
      10
      The Fairfax City Times-Reston Has Ideal Business Climate,
      1965

      499B.52

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      11
      The Washington Post-The State of Real Estate and Building,
      1965

      499B.53

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      12
      Reston Magazine-Introductory Issue (Volume 1),
      1975

      499C.01

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      13
      The Best Reason for Moving Your Company to Reston Are Not All Business (Booklet),
      1970s

      499C.02

    • 30
      14
      In the Reston International Center Office Tower (Booklet),
      1970s

      499C.03

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      15
      Equal Housing Opportunities (Booklet),
      1975

      499C.01

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      16
      Post of Reston International Center,
      1970s

      499C.05

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      17
      Reston Today: Reston Fact Sheet ,