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Carol R. Lubin papers, 1960-1981 #C0105

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Carol R. Lubin papers, 1960-1981 #C0105


Dr. Carol Riegelman Lubin was recruited by Robert E. Simon, Jr. and joined Reston Va., Inc. in 1961 to direct community planning of educational, cultural, recreational, social, and religious activities. The Carol R. Lubin papers contain materials pertaining to Dr. Lubin's work as a consultant for social planning in Reston, Virginia. Materials include correspondence to and from Lubin pertaining to Reston activities, committees, schools, the Reston Foundation for Community Programs, the Nature Center, child care, low income housing, and other Reston initiatives and date from 1960 to 1981.


Dr. Carol R. Lubin




1960s - 1980s

Items from the Carol R. Lubin papers, 1960-1981 #C0105 Collection

The Reston Community Association invites you to come to a meeting Wed.  Nov. 15, 8:00 P.M. at Lake Anne Community Hall to help form the Reston Community Association
A typewritten announcement for an organizational meeting for the Reston Community Association on November 15, 1967. Pamphlet describes the organization's statement of purpose, areas of concern, and goals. 3 pages.
To First Homeowners Planning and Budget Committee,  From Vernon J. Walker , Director, Nature Center, September 25, 1967
Photostatic reproduction of a Memorandum from Vernon J. Walker, Director of the Nature Center to the Reston First Homeowners Association Planning and Budget Committee, September 25, 1967 outlining the planning objectives of the Nature Center andā€¦
Memorandum re(garding) Reston Virginia Foundation for Community Programs, Inc., Reston a "new city"
Document describing the origins and activities of the Reston Virginia Foundation for Community Programs. Initiatives discussed include: The Children's Center, Lake Anne Community Center, Nature Center, low-cost housing, mental health and preventativeā€¦
Introduction to Reston, Virginia
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.