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Pamphlet describing the nature of lakes in Reston, Va and proper use by the public. Details physical, biological, and ecological aspects of each lake and explains how the public can use the lakes for swimming, boating, and fishing. 21 pages.

Booklet for the 1974 Reston Black Arts Festival. Booklet contains schedule of activities for the three-day event; photographs from previous festivals; advertisements; and lists of supporters, presenters, and staff. 24 pages.

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.

Fact sheet on the Reston Town Center produced by Reston Land Corporation. Document contains project data on Reston Town Center, such as design. development, concept, mixed use, streetscape, and transportation information. 6 pages.

Advertisement in the form of a newsletter describing new Reston Land Corporation initiatives, such as North Point Village, advertisements for homebuilders and neighborhoods in Reston, amenities such as Reston Soccer, biographical sketches of Reston…

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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.

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 preventative…

Photograph of Reston industrial area drawing. This image is a plan for the type "A" units of the first industrial campus in Reston, Issac Newton Square. Image shows exterior and landscape design features from an overhead perspective as well as side…

Photograph of Reston industrial area drawing. This image is a plan for first industrial campus in Reston, Issac Newton Square. Image shows exterior and landscape design features from an overhead perspective.

Photograph of the southeast entrance to the Reston Hospital Center


Press release of October 3, 1961 by Safire Public Relations, Inc. of New York, New York announcing the planning and construction of Reston, Virginia.


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,…

Plat showing layout of housing clusters, single family homes, model homes, schools, churches, and roads in Lake Anne Village.

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…

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

Photograph showing the front entrance to Terraset Elementary School, Reston, Virginia while under construction.

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.

Booklet containing excerpts of articles about Reston, Virginia by major magazines, such as Fortune, Time, Newsweek, Look, and others. Also features images of Lake Anne, Heron House, housing clusters, a playground with children, swimming pool, and the…

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Photograph of Skaters on the north western part of Lake Anne in winter. Heron House can be seen in the center and on the left, the Whittlesey and Conklin townhouses of West Washington Square.

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Five children play at the rear of a town house cluster in Lake Anne Village. Also in photograph is a dalmatian dog.

Photograph showing several units of the Hickory Cluster town homes designed by architect Charles Goodman. In the foreground is a children's play area.

Photograph showing several units of the Whittlesey and Conklin town houses along the south side of Lake Anne.

Photograph showing several units of the Whittlesey and Conklin townhouses along the south side of Lake Anne.

Aerial photograph of Lake Anne Village as seen from the west. Visible in this photograph are: Lake Anne and Washington Plaza, Heron House, Waterview and Hickory town home clusters, Baron Cameron Avenue, and North Shore and Fairway Drives.

Photograph of children playing at the Lake Anne Nursery and Kindergarten (LANK), Washington Plaza.
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