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A segment from an oral history interview with Robert E. Simon originally conducted on December 1, 1986. In the segment Simon discusses the decision to develop a new town on the Sunset Hills property and how he initially learned about the offering of…

Aerial photograph showing the initial build-out of Issac Newton Square and the rest of the Reston industrial area as seen from the northeast. The Dulles Access Road and Washington & Old Dominion Railroad can be seen along the left side of the…

Aerial photograph of the Sunset Hills property as seen from the southwest. The portion purchased by Robert E. Simon, Jr's company to build Reston has been outlined in a heavy white line. Labelled in this photograph are: the Washington and Old…

Photograph showing buildings and pond on the A. Smith Bowman family's Sunset Hills Farm looking toward the east.

Document detailing the future development of Reston, Virginia in terms of personnel, location, transportation system, social aspects, villages, town center, schools, community buildings, recreational amenities, and industry. 9 pages.

Document which details the closing on the sale of the Sunset Hills property on March 29, 1961 to Robert E. Simon, Jr.'s Palindrome Corporation. Details include participants, date, location, time, and terms of the sale. 6 pages.

A study by the Arthur D. Little planning firm prepared to assist in the planning of Reston, Va. Items discussed in this report include: the concept of a development in Sunset Hills, economic factors, number of housing units by type, and market…
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