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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…

A segment from an oral history interview with Robert E. Simon originally conducted on December 1, 1986. In the segment Simon discusses the concept of housing clusters. Total run time for the segment is 1 minute, 29 seconds.

News release from Reston Land Corporation, the subsidiary of Mobil Corporation who developed Reston, Va. from 1978 until 1996. Details the company profile, activities, and chief executives.

Color leaflet detailing Phase 1 of the future Reston Town Center in terms of location, space, developer, architect, retail, parking, an other amenities. 2 sided folded into thirds.

Press release announcing the formation of Gulf Reston, Inc. 3 pages

Pocketed folder containing information on Lake Anne Village. Contains information on home builders in Reston, master plan, a map showing its location, contact, information for sales office, and the names of the architects of Lake Anne Village. 7…

Reston master plan drawing depicting land use, natural features, roads, and utilities.

Letter from Robert C. Weaver of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, Washington, D.C. of December 26, 1962 to Robert E. Simon, Jr. In the letter Weaver expresses his interest in the Reston project and his agency's willingness to assist when Simon…

Photograph of Robert E. Simon, Jr. at the DeLong Bowman House. Simon is sitting at a desk and studying planning materials.

Document which details the plans for the development project that is now known as Reston, Virginia, Included are: descriptions of: Reston's relationship to Northern Virginia, land use, schools, recreational and community amenities, roads, utilities,…

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.
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