Philip Clark papers
Scope and Content
The Philip Clark Papers contains information related to the American Planning Association conference and awards. Also included is information on Reston and awards Reston won.
Series one is titled Subject Files. The series contains information from the American Institute of Certified Planners and American Planning Association. The papers are applications for different awards for national conferences. Also included are photographs and brochures from Reston. The series is dated from 2001 to 2004 and contained in one box.
- Creation: 2001-2004
- Clark, Philip (Person)
Collection is open to research.
There are no restrictions.
Philip Clark, Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and a 30-year resident of Reston, nominated Reston and Robert E. Simon, Jr. for AICP honors in 2002. Reston is a planned community in Northern Virginia. Robert E. Simon, Jr. was the founder of Reston, he purchased the land with the proceeds from the sale of Carnegie Hall in New York City in 1961. Construction began in 1963 with the building of Lake Anne. In 1967, Golf Oil Corporation formed a subsidiary, Reston Gulf, Inc. and took complete financial and operational control. Reston Gulf, Inc. put development on the fast track.
0.25 Linear Feet ( (1 box))
Language of Materials
The Philip Clark papers contain information related to the American Planning Association conference and awards. Also included is information on Reston and awards Reston won. The collection is in one series titled subject files which is organized in alphabetical order. The collection is dated from 2001 to 2004.
Organized into one series.
- Series 1: Subject Files, 2001-2004 (Box 1)
Donated by Philip Clark on February 9, 2005.
General Physical Description note
Processed by Emily Martin in January 2010. EAD markup completed by Emily Martin in January 2010.
- Guide to the Philip Clark papers, 2001-2004
- Philip Clark
- Edited Full Draft
- Emily Martin
- 2006 By George Mason University Libraries. All rights reserved.
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- Description is in English