Guide to the Reston Land Corporation records, 1960-1991

Reston Land Corporation C0154


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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Creator Reston Land Corporation
Title Reston Land Corporation records
Date 1960-1991
Physical Characteristics 13 linear feet (26 boxes)
Abstract 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.
Collection number C0154
Language English

Historical Information

Reston is a planned community in Northern Virginia. Robert E. Simon, Jr., the founder of Reston, 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, Gulf Oil Corporation formed a subsidiary, Gulf Reston, Inc. and took complete financial and operational control. Gulf Reston continued construction of the growing development.

When Mobil Corporation bought the remaining undeveloped land from Gulf Reston in 1978, Reston Land Corporation was formed as a subsidiary. The new developer also followed Robert Simon's master plan for the development of the New Town. Some of the projects that were completed were additional schools and parks, a regional county branch library building, the Reston Hospital Center, a shelter for the homeless, a county magisterial district office building, and the Cameron Glen nursing center for the elderly.

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Scope and Content

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 slides from the Reston Land Corporation.

Series 1 is comprised of correspondence dated from 1961 to 1986. The correspondents include the Federal Housing Administration, Community and Public Relations Division, and others relating to the development and marketing of Reston.

Series 2 consists of reports and studies from the Reston Land Corporation. The reports and studies involve the development of different areas in Reston from James Felt and Company, Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation and other companies. The reports are dated from 1964-1989.

Series 3 contains plans from different development projects in Reston. The plans are for housing developments, marketing plans for the new areas of Reston, and proposals from different companies for the development of Reston Town Center. The series is dated from 1962-1990.

Series 4 is promotional material from the different housing developments that were built from 1965-1990. The first item in this series is a copy of a book entitled "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, written by Kathryn H. Stone in 1966. The rest of the information consists of floors plans and brochures advertising the new developments.

Series 5 on finances is the smallest series in the collection. The documents are legal and leasing contracts from Reston. The series is dated from 1965-1991.

Series 6 is comprised of 35mm slides from different development projects and marketing campaigns dated from the 1970s and 1980s.

Series 7 consists of audiovisual material. The collection is organized in alphabetical order by subject and type. The first section is video cassettes, next is video reels, then audio cassettes and audio reels. The series is comprised of news programs about Reston and interviews with different people involved in Reston development. The series is dated from 1976-1988.

Series 8 is a variety of memorabilia items from Reston Land Corporation. Included in the series are a can of tennis balls, key chains, mugs, notecards, posters and a tee-shirt. The items are dated from 1975-1990.

Series 9 is titled oversize. The series is small and contains only one set of blueprints. The blueprints are from Reston, the plans for Upper Dam and Lake on Snakeden Branch from July of 1970.

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Arrangement

Organized into nine series.

Series 1: Correspondence, 1961-1986 (Boxes 1-2)
Series 2: Reports, 1964-1989 (Boxes 2-6)
Series 3: Plans, 1962-1990 (Boxes 6-9)
Series 4: Promotional Material, 1965-1990 (Boxes 9-13)
Series 5: Finances, 1965-1991 (Box 13-15)
Series 6: Slides, 1970s-1980s (Boxes 15-16)
Series 7: Audiovisual, 1976-1988 (Boxes 17-22)
Series 8: Memorabilia, 1975-1990 (Boxes 23-26)
Series 9: Oversize, 1970 (Map Case)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

The Special Collections and Archives also holds the Planned Community Archives and other personal papers and organizational records that document Reston, Virginia, and other planned communities.

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Index Terms

Corporate Names:

Reston Land Corporation.

Geographical Names:

Reston (Va.)
Reston Town Center (Va.)

Subjects:

Housing--Virginia--Reston.
Marketing--Virginia--Reston.
Planned communities--Virginia--Reston.

Document Types:

Audio recordings.
Slides.
Video recordings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Reston Land Corporation records, Collection #C0154, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Reston Land Corporation on May 28 and 29, 1990.

Processing Information

The Reston Land Corporation records were originally attached to the larger Planned Community Archives collection currently in the Special Collections and Archives. In 2009 the documents were removed and organized into a separate collection still housed in the Special Collections and Archives at George Mason University Libraries. The old box and folder numbers are also included as part of the new arrangement.

Processed in February 2009 by Emily Martin.

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Contents List

Series 1: Correspondence, 1961-1986 (1.5 boxes)
This series includes Reston Land Corporation correspondence with the Federal Administration and others on the development in Reston. This series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
1 1 Federal Housing Administration Correspondence, 1961-1963
183.1
2 Memorandum to John W. Gardner from Jerrold R. Zacharias and Joseph Turner, 1964
184.8
3 Federal Housing Administration Correspondence, 1964
182.8
4 Federal Housing Administration Correspondence, 1965
182.7
5 Community and Public Relations Division, 1965
183.3
1. Palindrome Corporation-Community and Public Relations Division, 6 December 1964
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Box Folder
1 6 Marketing Reston, 1966
183.6
7 Federal Housing Administration Correspondence, 1966
183.7
8 Legal Documents, 1967-1968
183.9
9 Law Offices of B.T. Fitzpatrick, 1967-1968
183.8
10 Appraisal of Service Station Site-Conference Center, 1970
193.2
11 Appraisal of Service Station Site-Hunters Woods Village Center, 1970
193.3
12 Correspondence: Projected Units and Selling Prices, 1971-1974
190.8
13 Residential Planned Community Development, 1977
189.14
14 Schnabel Engineering Associates, 1978
Box 1
15 Letter to Fairfax County, Board of Supervisors: Zoning, 1978
189.16
16 Market Analysis, Consumer Research for Housing Land Sales at Reston, 1979
189.10
17 Schnabel Engineering Associates, 1979
Box 1
Box Folder
2 1 Water Management, 1980
Box 1
2 Engineering, 1981
Box 1
3 Lake Thoreau Dam and Bureau of Water Control Management, 1982
Box 1
4 Community Association Institute, 1986
191.1
Series 2: Reports, 1964-1989 (4 boxes)
The reports are from various companies reviewing different aspects of the Reston Land Corporation. Also included are research studies for marketing purposes. This series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
2 5 Palindrome Corporation-Reston Documentation, 1964
181.2
1. Second Amendment to Indemnification Agreement (Palindrome-Gulf Reston), 25 February 1964
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Box Folder
2 6 Palindrome Corporation-Reston Documentation, 1964
181.3
7 Gulf Documents, Legal Department, 1964-1966
181.4
8 Reston Town Center-Parking Study, 1965
183.4
9 James Felt and Company, Report: Reston, Fairfax County, Virginia, 1966
190.11
10 James Felt and Company, Report: Reston, Fairfax County, Virginia (2nd copy), 1966
190.12
11 Deed between Reston Virginia, Incorporation and John Hancock Mutual, 1966
184.5
Box Folder
3 1 Original Homeowners Association Digest of Documents, 1966
181.5
2 Palindrome Corporation/Reston Virginia, Incorporation Organization, 1966
181.1
3 Reston, Virginia Incorporation Minutes, 1966-1967
183.2
4 Reston, Virginia, Incorporation and John Hanncock Mutual Life Insurance Company Purchase and Lease Agreement, 1967
184.1
5 Palindrome Corporation/Reston Documentation, 1967
184.6
6 Reston, Virginia, Incorporation and John Hanncock Mutual Life Insurance Company Purchase and Lease Agreement, 1967
184.2
7 "Scope" Closing Documents, 1967
181.6
Box Folder
4 1 "Scope" Closing Documents, 1967
183.10
2 Hancock/Reston General Technologies Closing Documents, 1967
182.1
3 Reston Virginia, Incorporation and John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company Purchase and Lease Agreement, 1967
184.3
4 Reston Low Income Housing Demonstration Program Report, 1969
186.2
5 General Electric Company-Lease Summary, 1969
193.1
6 Transportation Issues, 1971-1978
190.9
1. Reston Access to the Dulles Highway: An Assessment and Discussion, December 1972
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Box Folder
5 1 Citizen Involvement Network/Proposal for Community Involvement Program for Reston, 1974-1975
184.4
1. Reston Land Foundation for Community Programs, Inc. - Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees, May 28, 1975
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Box Folder
5 2 Development in Reston, Virginia , 1975
186.3
3 Fantus Company Report on Business Climate per State, 1975
186.4
4 Demographics, 1975-1977
186.6
5 Pool Membership Survey, 1976
190.6
1. Reston Home Owners Association Pool Membership Survey (Report), 1976
Image
Box Folder
5 6 Reston Land Corporation, 1978-1979
193.9
7 Reston North Lakes Feasibility Study, 1979
189.11
8 Comprehensive Marketing Service, 1980s
191.7
9 Phase I Inspection Report National Dam Safety Program, 1979
Box 1
10 Phase I Inspection Report National Dam Safety Program, 1980
Box 1
11 Evaluation of Lake Thoreau Dam, 1981
Box 1
12 Housing Data Report, 1981
191.6
13 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Marketing Program, 1981
186.10
14 Press Releases, 1983
188.2
Box Folder
6 1 Industrial/Commercial and Residential Price Lists, 1983
186.11
2 Reston Business Survey , 1983
187.1
3 Affordable Housing for Low and Moderate Income Families in Reston, 1984
187.2
4 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1985
187.4
5 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1986
187.5
6 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1987
187.6
7 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1988
187.7
8 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1989
187.8
9 Reston Research Summary and Recommendations, 1989
187.11
10 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Incorporation Consumer Research Report, 1989
187.9
Series 3: Plans, 1962-1990 (3 boxes)
This series includes different plans for Reston, Virginia The plans cover a variety of topics, such as housing developments and marketing plans. This series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
6 11 Arthur D. Little Incorporation Planning Memoranda on Reston, Report to Simon Enterprises, 1962
184.7
12 North Point Village Design Guidelines, 1970s
191.8
13 Reston Town Center Concept Plan, 1974
191.2
14 Gulf-Reston, Incorporation Marketing Plan, 1976
193.5
Box Folder
7 1 Marketing Plan, 1977
193.6
2 Marketing Plan, 1977
193.7
3 Sales, 1978-1979
193.10
4 Gulf Reston Incorporated Marketing Plan, 1978
193.8
5 Marketing Plan, 1979
193.11
6 Reston Town Center Development Plan, 1980s
191.5
7 Reston Business Center Plans, 1980s
188.7
1. Campus Commons, Campus Point, 1980s
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2. Campus Commons, Campus West, 1980s
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3. Commerce Executive Park, Executive III, 1980s
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4. Reston Corporate Center, 1980s?
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Box Folder
7 8 Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback and Associates Proposal for Reston Town Center, 1980s
192.6
9 Public Relations Plan, 1980
193.12
10 Reston Northern Sector Information Center/Restaurant Proposal, 1980
191.9
11 Marketing Plan, 1980
194.1
12 Marketing Plan, 1982
194.2
Box Folder
8 1 Marketing Plan, 1982
194.3
2 Marketing Plan, 1983
194.4
3 Marketing Plan, 1983
194.5
4 Marketing Plan, 1983
194.6
5 Marketing Plan, 1983
194.7
6 Property Company of America Proposal for Reston Town Center, 1984
191.13
7 Quadrangle Development Corporation Proposal Reston Town Center, 1984
191.12
8 Marketing Plan, 1984
194.8
9 Marketing Plan, 1985
194.9
10 Reston Town Center Site Plans, 1986
191.4
11 Reston/North Hills Planning and Landscape Design Services Proposal, 1987
190.4
12 William Whittle Association, Incorporation Proposal Reston Town Center, 1987
192.1
Box Folder
9 1 Kaufman and Associates Incorporation Proposal-Reston Town Center, 1987
192.2
2 Weitzman, Dym and Associates, Proposal Reston Town Center, 1987
192.3
3 Soghigian and Macuga Advertising Proposal Reston Town Center, 1987
192.4
4 Soghigian and Macuga Proposal Reston Town Center, 1987
192.5
5 Coldwell Banker Proposal One Fountain Square Reston Town Center, 1988
192.7
6 Coldwell Banker Proposal-One Fountain Square Reston Town Center, 1988
192.8
7 Leggat McCall, Grubb and Ellis Proposal-One Fountain Square Reston Town Center, 1988
192.9
8 Planned Residential Community Plans, 1990s
189.15
9 Centreville District Plan Review Task Force, 1990
191.10
Series 4: Promotional Material, 1965-1990 (4 boxes)
This series comprised of promotional material, such as brochures, for different housing and other types of developments in the Reston area from 1965 to 1990. This series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
9 10 "The New Town and Major Spaces" article, 1965
185.2
11 The Washingtonian, 1966
190.13
Box Folder
10 1 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters I-IV, written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.3
2 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters V-IX, written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.4
3 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters X-XI, written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.5
4 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters I-IV, written by Kathryn H. Stone (Copy 2), 1966
185.6
5 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters V-IX, (copy 2) written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.7
6 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters X-XI, (copy 2) written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.8
7 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume I, Chapters II, original (copy 3) written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
185.9
8 "Reston: A Study in Beginnings" Volume II, written by Kathryn H. Stone, 1966
186.1
9 Extra Copies of Reston Publicity Material, 1967
190.7
Box Folder
11 1 Information Brochure, 1970s
188.9
2 Reston Residents' Handbook, 1973
189.12
3 "The Restonian" Newsletter, Volume 1, 1974
190.2
4 Tall Oaks Village Center Grand Opening Ceremony, 1974
190.1
5 Reston Advertising brochure, 1970s
194.11
6 Newspaper Articles, 1974-1975
190.5
7 News from Reston, 1977
186.7
1. News From Reston, January 28, 1977
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Box Folder
11 8 The Reston Residential Land Sales Newsletter, 1977-1980
188.4
9 The Reston Industrial Newsletter, 1978-1980
188.3
10 "Inside Reston, Virginia" Information Brochure , 1980
188.8
11 Reston Town Center Tenant Handbook, 1980s
191.3
12 News Releases on Reston Town Center, 1980s
192.10
13 Voting Kit, 1980s
187.14
14 North Village Promotional Material, 1980s
188.17
15 Hemingway Promotional Material, 1980s
188.6
16 Beacon Hill Promotional Material, 1980s
188.15
17 Long and Foster Realtors Promotional Material, 1980s
188.4
18 Fairfield Homes, Incorporated Promotional Material, 1980s
188.13
19 William L. Berry Promotional Material, 1980s
188.18
20 William L. Berry and Company Incorporated Promotional Material, 1980s
188.19
21 Reston Town Center Promotional Material, 1980s
189.8
1. Reston Town Center, ca. 1990
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Box Folder
12 1 The Christopher Companies Promotional Material, 1980s
189.5
2 Millers and Smith Promotional Material, 1980s
189.4
3 Ryland Homes Promotional Material, 1980s
189.1
4 South Lakes Village Center Information Packet, 1980
186.9
5 North Point Village Builders Brochure, 1981
190.3
6 Newsletter "Reston", 1983
187.13
7 Lake Anne Village Center Historic District, 1983
189.17
8 Reston New Homes Sales Price List, 1984
189.9
9 Map-National Center U.S. Geological Survey, 1984
187.3
10 Reston Turns 20 brochure, 1984
194.10
11 Reston Office Space for Lease, 1984
188.5
12 The Vernon J. Walker Nature Educational Center Dedication, 1987
187.10
1. The Vernon J. Walker Nature Center Dedication, October 16, 1983
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2. The Vernon J. Walker Nature Education Center Grand Opening and Dedication, October 17, 1987
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Box Folder
12 13 Promotional Material, 1987
188.6
14 Reston Visitor Center Promotional Material, 1987
189.3
15 Reston Maps, 1988
184.13
16 Use Covenants and Procedures, 1988
194.12
17 Reston Information Packet, 1988
2 copies; 188.12
18 Reston Information Packet, 1988
2 copies; 188.11
19 Housing Preference Survey, 1988
189.13
20 The Treasure Homes of Reston Tour, 1989
189.2
21 Reston-Descriptive Guide, 1989
187.12
22 Reston Land Corporation Invitations, 1987-1990
188.1
Box Folder
13 1 Gulick Group Promotional Material, 1990s
189.6
2 Link, 1990s
190.10
3 Link Transportation Information, 1990
188.10
Series 5: Finance, 1965-1991 (2 boxes)
A series of documents relating to leases and other financial issues in Reston Virginia.
Box Folder
13 4 Lease Summary Forms, 1965-1973
193.4
5 Loan to Finance Industrial Research Buildings, 1967
183.5
6 Agreement of Sale, 1967
182.2
1. Reston, VA Inc.-Gulf Reston, Inc. Agreement of Sale, 7 September, 1967
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Box Folder
13 7 Financing Arrangements, Crescent Apartments $1.4 million Loan, 1967-1968
182.3
8 Financing Arrangements, Crescent Apartments $1.4 million Loan, 1967-1968
182.4
9 Financing Arrangements, Crescent Apartments $1.4 million Loan, 1967-1968
182.5
10 Financing Arrangements, Crescent Apartments $1.4 million Loan, 1967-1968
182.6
11 Tax Facts, 1978
186.8
Box Folder
14 1 Acquisition of Land and Other Assets, Located In Fairfax County, Virginia, By Reston Land Corporation, 1978
Box Folder
15 1 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1986
2 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1987
3 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1988
4 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1989
5 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1990
6 Historical and Current Residential and Commercial Statistics, 1991
Series 6: Slides, 1970s-1980s (1.5 boxes)
The slides in this series documents to marketing campaigns in Reston by the Reston Land Corporation. This series is arranged chronologically.
Box Folder
15 7 Marketing Communications Master Slide File, 1970s-1980s
208.1
8 Marketing Communications Master Slide File (Bloomingdale House), 1970s-1980s
208.2
Box Folder
16 1 Marketing Communications Master Slide File (Bloomingdale House), 1970s-1980s
208.3
2 Slide Show Masters, 1981
207.1
3 Slide Show Masters, 1981
207.2
4 Slide Show Masters, 1981
207.3
5 Marketing Communication Master Slide File, 1981
207.4
Series 7: Audiovisual, 1976-1988 (6 boxes)
The items in this series are video cassettes, audio cassettes and reels and contains news and interviews relating to Reston development. This series is arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
17 1 Alive at Five (WRC-TV Channel 4 News Live at 5 Segments on Reston), August 6, 1986
199.10; Access copy available on DVD. 22 minutes, 58 seconds.
2 Channel Four News: Live at Five WRC-TV Segments on Reston, 1986
199.8
3 Channel Four News Live at Five WRC-TV Segments on Reston, Virginia, 1985
199.9
4 Channel Four News 20th Anniversary of Reston, Virginia, May 19, 1985
199.7; Access copy available on DVD. 27 minutes, 20 seconds.
5 Chuck Blore and Don Richman Incorporated: Reston Land Corporation, 1984
198.2
6 Chuck Blore and Don Richman Incorporated: Reston Land, 1984
198.1
7 Chuck Blore and Don Richman Incorporated: Reston Land Corporation, 1984
198.3
Box Folder
18 1 Chuck Blore and Don Richman Incorporated: Reston Land Corporation, 1984
198.4
2 Chuck Blore and Don Richman Incorporated: Reston Land Corporation, 1984
198.5
3 Focus Group no. 3 Reston Residents Part 1 of 2, 1982
197.20
4 Focus Group no. 3 Reston Residents Part 2 of 2, 1982
197.21
5 News Seven WJLA-TV: A Report on the Development of Reston's Downtown, 1986
199.11
6 News Seven WJLA-TV: Segment on the Bets Small House in America, 1984
199.2
7 News 30: Best Small House 1984 on the Six O'clock News, 1984
199.3
Box Folder
19 1 PM Magazine WTTG-TV: Segments at the Best Small House in America , 1984
199.4
2 PM Magazine: Reston Country Cottage, 1984
199.5
3 Reston Land, 1984
198.1
4 Reston Land, 1984
200.1
5 Reston Land Corporation, 1985
199.6
6 Reston "Lost Prospect" Focus Group 1 of 3, 1982
195.1
7 Reston "Lost Prospect" Focus Group 2 of 3, 1982
195.2
Box Folder
20 1 Reston "Lost Prospect" Focus Group 3 of 3, 1982
195.3
2 Reston Non-residents Part 1 of 2, 1982
195.4
3 Reston Non-residents Part 2 of 2, 1982
195.5
4 Reston Pop 50,000 Tape 1, 1987
195.6
5 Reston Pop 50,000 Tape 2, 1987
196.1
6 Reston Pop 50,000 Tape 3, 1987
196.2
7 Reston Pop 50,000 Tape 4, 1987
196.3
Box Folder
21 1 Reston Pop 50,000 Tape 5, 1987
196.4
2 Reston 20th Anniversary Party at the Community Center, 1985
199
3 Reston Town Center, 1988
196.5
4 Reston Town Center, 1988
196.6
5 Reston Visitor Center Presentation, 1985
199.1
6 Reston Demo Reel, 1981
197.19
7 All Things Considered (National Public Radio) "Best Small House" interview with Merv Kaufman and John King, 1984
197.4
8 Bill Mayhugh Show WMAL-AM "Home for Charity", 1985
197.7
9 Lester Walker Interview "House Beautiful", 1980s
197.2
Box Folder
22 1 Reston A/V Slide Show Master, 1983
197.5
2 Reston (A Place Called...) Performed lived by the U.S. Army Band and Chorus, 1985
197.8
3 Reston Land Corporation, 1983
197.15
4 Reston Land Corporation, 1983
197.16
5 Reston Land Corporation, 1984
197.18
6 Reston Land Corporation, 1983
197.17
7 Reston Land Corporation, 1982
197.13
8 Reston Land Corporation, 1983
197.14
9 Reston Land Corporation, 1982
197.11
10 Reston Land Corporation, 1982
197.12
11 Reston Land Corporation, 1982
197.6
12 Siddall, Matus and Coughter Client Interviews, 1980s
197.10
13 Six Spot Interviews, 1980s
198.7
14 "We're Proud to be American", 1980s
197.9
15 WMAL Harden and Weavre Show, 1981
197.3
16 Gulf Reston, 1976
195.8
17 Gulf Reston, 1976
195.8
18 Gulf Reston, Incorporated, 1970s
196.10
19 Gulf-Reston Radio, 1977
196.9
Series 8: Memorabilia, 1975-1990 (4 boxes)
This series contains a variety of Reston promotional materials and items such as posters and key chains.
Box Folder
23 1 Northern Virginia Builders Association Certificate, 1975
186.5
2 Plexiglas "$" containing de-minted chips of over $50,000 U.S. currency in box, 1980s
201.9
3 Plexiglas "$" containing de-minted chips of over $50,000 U.S. currency , 1980s
201.9
4 Notecards: Reston Celebrates 25, 1980s
201.4
5 Notecards: Reston Celebrates 25, 1980s
201.9
Box Folder
24 1 Notecards: Reston, 1980s
201.5
2 Notecards: Reston, 1980s
201.5
3 Reston Key chain, 1980s
201.13
4 Reston Key chain, 1980s
201.13
5 "Reston Blooms" Ceramic Coffee Mug, 1980s
201.7
6 Reston Virginia, Incorporated, Official Pocket Seal, 1980s
185.1
Box Folder
25 1 Tennis Balls in a Can Promoting "The Courts Townhouse", 1980s
201.11
2 Tennis Balls in a Can Promoting "The Courts Townhouse", 1980s
201.11
3 Poster: The Treasure Homes of Reston Tour, 1989
201.2
4 Poster-Reston Celebrates 25 Years, 1989
201.2
5 "Reston Blooms" Small Shopping Bag, 1980s
201.8
6 "Reston Blooms" Small Shopping Bag, 1980s
201.8
Box Folder
26 1 "26 Years ago, we planted the seeds for a new type community" box of wild flower seeds, 1990
201.6
2 "26 Years ago, we planted the seeds for a new type community" box of wild flower seeds, 1990
201.6
3 Tee Shirt "Cool Off In A Hot Spot. The Lake Newport Pool. Reston, Virginia, Memorial Day", 1987
201.10
4 Gray automatic umbrella with "Reston" on handle end, 1980s
201.12
Series 9: Oversize, 1970 (1 map case)
The series is small and contains only one set of blueprints. The blueprints are from Reston, the plans for Upper Dam and Lake on Snakeden Branch from July of 1970.
Box Folder
Map Case 1 Upper Dam and Lake on Snakeden Branch-Blueprints, 1970
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