Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
The Burke Centre Conservator newsletter collection documents the monthly activities of Burke Centre, such as elections, programs and festivals.
The Carol R. Lubin Papers is a collection of papers pertaining to Dr. Lubin's work as a consultant for social planning in Reston, Virginia. The collection contains, correspondence, reports, plans and papers from international communities in Israel, Poland and Great Britain. The papers are divided into six series in eight boxes and date from 1960 to 1981.
Collection contains materials pertaining to the history and development of Reston, Virginia. Types of materials include: newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to Reston, photographs and negatives of structures in Reston, reports regarding Reston planning issues, video recordings, promotional materials regarding Reston attractions such as Reston Town Center, records pertaining to Planned Community Archives, Inc. and other materials.
The collection consists of publications, newsletters, photos, audiovisual materials, blueprints, and organization records (such as minutes) relating to the Hollin Hills community in Virginia.
The collection consists of 525 color slides that contain mostly aerial views of Fairfax County and Loudoun County, Virginia. The aerial views feature housing developments, automobile transportation corridors, Dulles International Airport, and the surrounding countryside.
The Edgar A. Prichard papers include correspondence, legal, finance and other papers relating to Reston. The majority of the collection deals with property, dedications, deeds, sales and leases in Reston. The documents are primarily from Prichard's dealing with the Palindrome Corporation and Gulf Reston Incorporated.
The G. Ridgley Loux papers contain records relating to commercial and residential development in Reston. The papers are from the Reston Community Association (RCA) Planning and Zoning Committee, Fairfax County Annual Plan Review Task Force, Reston Town Center Task Force, Fairfax Center Area Task Force, and other files on various issues relating to Reston projects.
This collection of papers documents the investment of $4 million from the Gulf Oil Corporation for the purpose of developing Reston, Virginia.All of the records are dated September 11, 1963. The collection is small and all 14 folders are contained within a single document case.
This collection consists of various documents, pamphlets, photographs, videos from Marcia E. McDevitt. The papers all relate to either Reston, Virginia, or Fairfax County, Virginia, and different programs and projects undertaken in the area. The collection is divided into seven series. The items are dated from 1972 to 2008 and contained in 16 boxes.
The Martha Pennino papers document Martha Pennino's career on Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Within the collection there are photographs, information from different projects that Pennino worked on during her career, and memorabilia that she collected during and after her career. The collection is dated from the early 1960s to 2005.
The Patrick Kane papers include items related to Patrick Kane's work as a community advisor for planned communities, particularly Reston. The papers include correspondence, plans for the Dulles Corridor Task Force, Reston information and articles from various publications. The collection is organized into one series titled Subject Files and is dated from 1967 to 2002.
The Paul Grinberg Reston collection is comprised of one document case. The documents in the collection consist mostly of marketing and business reports on Reston from 1962 to 1968.
The Peter McCandless papers contain material relating to Reston, Virginia. The majority of the documents are from the Reston Land Corporation and include correspondence, awards and gifts given to Reston, project reports, newsclippings, press releases, marketing and promotional material.
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.
The Reston Association records include meeting minutes, budgets, clippings, reports, handbooks, correspondence, and general information on the association. Also included is a series of photography, which has photographs, contact sheets , slides, and negatives. The collection documents the activities of the Reston Home Owners Association, later renamed Reston Association in 1987 to include apartments and condos. The collection covers the period of time from the 1964 to 2006.
The collection consists of papers from the Reston Black Focus, such as correspondence, advertisements, financial information and general information. Also included in the collection is a series on the Reston Homeowners Association (RHOA) with papers and other information from the Association.
The Reston Board of Commerce records is a collection of papers from Calvin Hackeman's service as the Reston Board of Commerce President. The majority of the collection is correspondence to and from Calvin Hackeman. Included in the collection as well are reports, plans, and proposals presented to the board. Also there are different types of publications such as brochures, flyers, booklets and articles.
The collection documents the time that John Dockery served on the Reston Community Association Planning and Zoning Committee. John Dockery worked on the committee from the 1970s into the 1980s. Most of the documents are dated in the 1970s with a few in the 1960s, 1980s and 1990s. The documents are memos, blueprints, maps and other paperwork involved in the running of the committee.
The Reston Founders Video History Collection contains interviews of various people including Reston's founder, Robert E. Simon. The interviews were recorded from 1989 to 1990. The collection is small with only eight 3/4" videotape cassettes, each with its own interview.
The Reston Land Corporation records document the development of Reston, Virginia, by Reston Land Corporation, a subsidiary of Mobil Oil Corporation. The records focus primarily on Reston Land Corporation's development projects and marketing programs from 1960 to 1990. Also in the collection are promotional material, media and 35mm slides from the Reston Land Corporation.
The collection consists of newsclippings, promotional material and booklets relating to Reston. Also included are printed material, publications, scrapbooks, and his speeches and paperwork from various conferences he attended at different universities around the country.
The William Nicoson papers contain material on Reston redevelopment, mostly promotional. The collection includes maps, charts, publications, slides, and newsclippings. The collection also includes information on federal housing agencies and documentation on new towns in the United States, France, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.