Guide to the Robert E. Simon, Jr. papers, 1960-2006

Robert E. Simon, Jr. C0162


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Fairfax, Virginia 22030-4444

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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Special Collections and Archives.
Creator Robert E. (Robert Edward) Simon, 1914-
Title Robert E. Simon, Jr. papers
Date 1960-2006
Physical Characteristics 7.5 linear feet (15 boxes)
Abstract 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.
Collection number C0162
Language English

Biographical Information

Robert E. Simon, Jr., was born in New York City in 1914. After graduating from Harvard, Simon took over the family real estate management and development business. In 1961, with the proceeds from the sale of a family property, Carnegie Hall, Simon purchased 6,750 acres of land in Fairfax County, Virginia, which would become Reston, Virginia. Reston is now recognized as the foremost Planned Community in the United States. Simon's Planned Community, or new town, emphasized the quality of life for the individual and provided a community where people could live, work, and play.

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Scope and Content

The Robert E. Simon Jr. Papers are comprised of newsclippings, promotional material and booklets relating to Reston. Also included are printed material, publications and scrapbooks. Robert E. Simon Jr. included in his donation his speeches and paperwork from various conferences he attended at different universities around the country.

Series one is titled correspondence and is dated from 1975 to 2001. The series is small and is only in box 1. Some of the correspondence is between Robert E. Simon Jr. and Martha Pennino. Also included in the series are invitations for various speaking engagements.

Series two is titled Reston General Information and is dated from 1960 to 1990. The series is contained within boxes 1 through 4. In this series there are various documents from Reston, including promotional material, newsclippings and zoning information.

Series three is titled Reston Community Centers and is dated from 1963 to 1991. The series is contained in box 4. The series is information from different organizations in Reston such as North Golf Course and Reston Day Care.

Series four is titled Reston Finance and is dated from 1963 to 1976. The series is contained in boxes 4 and 5. The series is general information on the finances of Reston. Included in the series are documents on taxes, consulting firms and various other sources.

Series five is titled Building Projects and is dated from 1961 to 1975. The series is contained in boxes 5 and 6. The series has information dealing with different projects in Reston from various architectural firms and other corporations involved in the projects.

Series six is titled National File and is dated from 1964 to 1987. The series is contained in boxes 6 and 7. The series includes information from national organizations such as the League of Women Voters and Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Series seven is titled Conferences and is dated from 1964 to 1987. The series is contained in boxes 7 through 10. The information in this series is from various conferences that Robert E. Simon Jr. attended during these years. Included are Harvard University, Columbia University and other universities in the United States that had conferences relating to Planned Communities.

Series eight is titled Planned Communities and is dated from 1962 to 1975. The series contained in boxes 10 and 11. The documents in this series is information from different planned communities. There are international communities in Great Britain and communities within the United States, such as Columbia, Maryland.

Series nine is titled Media and is dated from 1960 to 2003. The series is contained in boxes 11 and 12. The series is comprised of negatives, slides, photographs, videotapes and a single reel. The videotapes are mostly interviews with Robert E. Simon Jr. about Reston.

Series ten is titled Oversize and is dated from 1960 to 2006. The series is contained in boxes 13 through 15. The series is mostly newsclippings from the 1960s and more recent magazine publications from the twenty-first century. The articles all relate to Reston and the developments there.

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Arrangement

Organized into 10 series.

Series 1: Correspondence, 1975-2001 (Box 1)
Series 2: Reston General Information, 1960-1990 (Boxes 1-4)
Series 3: Reston Community Centers, 1963-1991 (Box 4)
Series 4: Reston Finance, 1963-1976 (Boxes 4-5)
Series 5: Building Projects, 1961-1975 (Boxes 5-6)
Series 6: National File, 1964-1987 (Boxes 6-7)
Series 7: Conferences, 1964-1987 (Boxes 7-10)
Series 8: Planned Communities, 1962-1975 (Boxes 10-11)
Series 9: Media, 1960-2003 (Boxes 11-12)
Series 10: Oversize, 1960-2006 (Boxes 13-15)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections and Archives also holds many other collections on the history of Reston and Northern Virginia.

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Index Terms

Persons:

Simon, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1914-

Geographical Names:

Reston (Va.)

Subjects:

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

Document Types:

Photographic negatives.
Photographic prints.
Slides.
Video recordings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Robert E. Simon, Jr. papers, Collection #C0162, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Robert E. Simon Jr. in three section first on May 7, 1992, second on August 9, 1993 and the final donation was made on September 15, 2008.

Processing Information

The Robert E. Simon Jr. papers was 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 March and April 2009 by Emily Martin.

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Contents List

Series 1: Correspondence 1975-2001 (0.5 boxes)
Series one is titled correspondence. The series has some correspondence between Robert E. Simon Jr. and Martha Pennino and invitations for various speaking engagements. The series is dated from 1975 to 2001.
Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence with Martha Pennino, 1975
266.6
2 Invitations, 1976
267.2
3 Invitation to Speak (Lectures), 1979
267.4
4 Memberships, 1979
267.5
5 Invitations, 1979-1983
267.3
6 Correspondence with Stockholders, 1980
274.5
7 Reston Correspondence , 1984
274.14
8 Memorabilia Letters, 1985
266.2
9 Reston Correspondence , 1986-1988
274.15
10 Correspondence with Fritz Gutheim, 1988
267.6
11 Robert E. Simon Resume, 2001
266.1a
Series 2: Reston General Information 1960-1990 (3 boxes)
Series two is titled Reston General Information. In this series there are various documents from Reston, including promotional material and zoning information. The series is dated from 1960 to 1990.
Box Folder
1 12 Homeowners Association Declaration of Protective Covenants, 1960s
267.11
13 Maps, 1960s
275.11
14 Zoning Amendment, 1961 and 1962
275.7
15 Personnel Organization Chart, 1962
275.9
1. Gulf Reston, Inc. (Organizational Chart), October 4, 1967
Image
3. Reston Employees As At November 30, 1963, November 30, 1963
Image
6. Reston Va., Inc. (Organizational Chart), 1966
Image
Box Folder
1 16 Closing Statement Palindrome, 1962
274.3
Box Folder
2 1 Press and Magazine Coverage, 1964
270.15
2 Gulf-Reston Fact Sheet, 1964
275.5
3 Ownership Guaranteers for Morgan Loan, 1964
274.2
4 Reston Stockholder Report , 1966
274.4
5 Promotional Ceremonies, 1966
275.1
6 International Press Coverage of Reston, Virginia, 1967
395.2
7 Fairfax County Historical Highlights From 1607, 1967
395.4
8 Press Reports on Reston, 1967
395.3
9 First Homeowners Association (Corporate Data), 1967
267.10
10 Reston Foundation, 1967
266.3
11 Gulf-Reston, 1967
273.1
12 Forest's Edge, 1970s
395.7
13 Press and Magazine Coverage, 1975
270.14
Box Folder
3 1 Reston Speeches, 1976
268.14
2 Hercer Corporation Regarding Gulf Reston Stock, 1979
274.1
3 Land Appraisal Felt and Company, 1980s
275.12
4 Washington Post Clippings, 1980
275.3
5 Planning Summary: A.D. Little Incorporated, 1980
275.8
6 Land Development in Reston, Virginia, 1981
268.15
7 News Clippings, 1983
395.9
8 Reston, Virginia: Map and Newsclipping, 1983
267.8
1. Reston, Virginia (Promotional Booklet), ca. 1963
Image
Box Folder
3 9 Promotional Materials, 1984
395.8
Box Folder
4 1 Reston Handbook , Reston Founder's Day Program, 1986 and April 5, 2014
395.5
2 Notes, 1988
3 Reston Information , 1988
276.13
4 Reston Town Center , 1990
395.6
Series 3: Reston Community Centers 1963-1991 (0.5 boxes) (9 folders)
Series three is titled Reston Community Centers. The series is information from different organizations in Reston such as the Reston Day Care. The series is dated from 1963 to 1991.
Box Folder
4 5 Reston on North Golf Course, 1963
266.1
6 Press Review: Lake Anne Village Center, 1964
395.1
7 Reston: Child Care, 1964
267.12
1. Day Care for Children and Training for Women, 1964 or 1967
Image
6. Proposed Children's Center, ca. 1967
Image
Box Folder
4 8 Lake Anne Center , 1966
266.4
9 Conference on Community Child Care , 1967
267.13
10 Industrial Center Reston, 1971
267.14
11 Loeb Center , 1972
271.8
12 Reston Day Care Center, 1981
267.9
13 Reston Child Care Center, 1991
270.12
Series 4: Reston Finance 1963-1976 (1 box)
Series four is titled Reston Finance. Included in the series are documents on taxes, consulting firms and various other sources. The series is dated from 1963 to 1976.
Box Folder
4 14 Financing Company's Oil Companies, 1963
274.10
15 Financing Gulf Oil, 1963
273.3
Box Folder
5 1 General Financing, 1964
274.9
2 Atlantic Refinancing, 1964
274.11
3 Tax Exemption Bond Issue, 1965
274.8
4 Financing, 1965
274.7
5 Mortgage Application, 1965
275.2
6 General Electric Financing, 1965
274.12
7 Robert Gladstone and Association (Economic Consultants), 1965
270.1
8 Kaplan Gans Associates (Marshall Kaplan) Consulting Firm, 1966
270.2
9 Staten Island Chamber of Commerce , 1966
268.11
10 Loan Information, 1967
266.5
11 Facts, Statistics (General), 1967
269.4
12 John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, 1967
274.6
13 Long Range Forecast Through 1982, 1967
274.13
14 Thompson and Benjamin (Consultants), 1971
270.3
15 Financial History, Cost, Report on Overall Maintenance, Cluster Association, 1975
267.15
16 Southern Duchess Chamber of Commerce, 1976
272.2
Series 5: Building Projects 1961-1975 (1 box) (1 box)
Series five is titled Building Projects. The series has information dealing with different projects in Reston from various architectural firms. The series is dated from 1961 to 1975.
Box Folder
5 17 Architectural Firms: Harland and Bartholomew, 1961
270.9
18 Real Estate Research Corporation, 1962
266.17
19 Acoustics Kadaras, Michael Jr.: Engineers , 1963
270.10
Box Folder
6 1 General Architecture, 1963
275.4
2 Larry Smith and Company (Consultants), 1963
266.16
3 Architectural Firms Perkins and Willis, 1964
266.12
4 Architectural Firms: Edward H. Noakes Associates, 1964
266.11
5 Architectural Firms Chas M. Goodman Associates, 1964
266.8
6 Architectural Firms: Caudill, Rowlett, Scott, 1964
270.7
7 Architectural Firms: James Fanning, 1964
270.6
8 Architectural Firms: Dan Kiley, 1964
270.5
9 Architectural Firms: Keyes, Lehbridge and Condon, 1964
266.7
10 Architectural Firms: W.B. Ford Design, 1964
266.10
11 Architectural Firms: Herman Blum, 1965
270.8
12 Architectural Firm: Rouse, Duben, Duben and Venture, 1965
266.13
13 Architectural Firms: Geddes, Brecher and Qualls, 1966
266.9
14 Architectural Firms: Cloethiel Smith and Associates, 1967
266.15
15 Doxiadis Associates, Incorporated (Consulting Firm), 1968
270.11
16 Consultants and Contractors: Eustance and Horwitz, 1970s
275.6
17 Pratt Institute School of Architecture, 1970
276.6
18 Whittlesey and Conklin (Architects), 1975
270.4
19 American Institute of Architects, 1975
271.27
Series 6: National File 1964-1987 (1 box)
Series six is titled National File. The series includes information from national organizations such Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The series is dated from 1964 to 1987.
Box Folder
6 20 Washington Real Estate Board, 1964
269.9
21 American Institute of Real Estate: Appraisers Speech Washington D.C., 1964
267.1
22 Robert C. Weaver Speech, 1964
269.10
23 New Towns/ New Towns vs. Rehabilitation, 1965
269.8
24 League of Women Voters, 1965
271.14
25 Chamber of Commerce, U.S., 1965
272.1
Box Folder
7 1 National Retail Merchants Association, 1966
271.3
2 National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty-Smithsonian Institution, 1967
271.5
3 National Commission on Urban Problems (Senator Douglas), 1967
271.4
4 Urban Development Proposals, 1969
269.7
5 Library of Presidential Papers, 1970
271.18
6 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) New Communities Speech, 1971
271.2
7 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Denver, Colorado Speech, 1972
271.20
8 Federal Housing, 1972
269.6
9 Housing and Urban Development (HUD)- Workshop on New Communities, 1972
271.1
10 Institute of Human Relations, 1973
271.11
11 American Society of Planning Officials, 1976
271.25
12 Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Grant Documents, 1976 and 1986
273.2
13 Crime Institute, 1987
272.3
Series 7: Conferences 1965-1987 (3 boxes)
Series seven is titled Conferences. The information in this series is from various conferences that Robert E. Simon Jr. attended during these years. The series is dated from 1964 to 1987.
Box Folder
7 14 Howard University-Real Estate Club For Land, 1965
271.24
15 Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1965
268.8
16 Building Research Institute Conference, Washington D.C., 1965
272.14
Box Folder
8 1 American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers: Chicago, 1965
271.26
2 Society of Real Estate Appraisers Washington D.C. (Speeches), 1965
268.7
3 Regional Planning Association Columbia University, 1966
268.13
4 Brander's University Speech, 1966
272.9
5 Joint Center for Urban Studies (M.I.T. and Harvard), 1966
271.13
6 Bennington Speech: Vermont, 1966
272.10
7 Cornell University, 1966
272.6
8 Real Estate Board, New York: Shopping Center Committee, 1966
276.10
9 Society for Advancement of Management War Chester, Massachusetts, 1967
268.6
10 Virginia Cultural Development Study Commission, 1967
268.12
11 West Virginia Center for Appalachian Studies and Development (Speech), 1967
269.11
12 Metropolitan Housing and Planning Council of Chicago, 1967
271.7
13 New Jersey Federation of Planning Officials, 1967
271.10
14 Columbia University, School of Architecture, 1967-1968
272.7
15 Syracuse University, 1968
268.9
16 Bard Awards Speech, 1968
272.12
17 New School: New York City-New York Land Use (Senator Douglas), 1968
271.9
18 University of North Carolina Seminar, 1968
276.11
19 Statement by Robert E. Simon, Jr. Before National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty, 1968
1.4
1. Statement by Robert E. Simon, Jr. Before the National Advisory Commission, ca. 1967
Image
Box Folder
8 20 Harbor Islands Commission-Boston, 1969
271.15
21 Quebec-Association of Industrial Designers, 1969
276.5
22 Place To LIve, A Exhibit: Madison, Wisconsin, 1969
276.7
23 Rochester Lincoln Bank Speech , 1969
268.2
24 Building Research Institute Conference Chicago, 1969
267.7
25 Lion's Club Speech, Rochester , 1970
268.3
Box Folder
9 1 University of North Carolina New Towns Research Seminar, 1970
276.12
2 Cornell University Speech: "The University of Community Builder", 1970
272.5
3 John Jay College (New York University) Seminar, 1970
271.12
4 Peacock Hill Seminar-Williamsburg, Virginia, 1970
276.3
5 Rochester Chamber of Commerce, 1970
268.17
6 Rochester Builders Association, 1970
268.16
7 Northern Colorado Foundation; University of Washington D.C., 1971
276.14
8 Cornell Conference, 1971
272.4
9 Cornell Speech, 1971
271.19
10 University of Rochester Speech, 1971
268.4
11 New School: New York City "Managing New Towns", 1971
276.8
12 Yale-Department of Agriculture, 1971
268.1
13 Governor's Conference-Hawaii, 1971
271.16
14 Bedford Village Speech, 1971
272.11
15 Real Estate Shopping Center Symposium, 1972
276.9
16 Urban Life Center: Columbia, Maryland, 1972
268.10
17 Speeches-General (Index Cards), 1972
269.2
Box Folder
10 1 Summary Sheets-Speeches, 1973
269.3
2 Rutgers University-Planned Unit Development (PUD) Conference, 1973
268.5
3 Speech Material and Quotes, 1973
269.5
4 Pennsylvania State University-National Urban Growth Seminar, 1973
276.2
5 Rochester, Harvard Business School, 1973
276.4
6 Pennsylvania State University, 1973
276.13
7 Aspen-International Design Conference, 1973
272.13
8 Peter Minuet Speech, 1973
276.1
9 Fordham University Speech, 1973
271.23
10 Cornell School of Design, 1973
272.8
11 Harvard University, 1974
271.22
12 Wharton Graduate Real Estate Association, 1976
269.12
13 Montclair, New Jersey-Adult Urban Studies, 1976
271.6
14 Dutchess County Planners, 1979
271.24
15 Speech File-Miscellaneous, 1983
269.1
16 George Mason-Bill Nicosin, 1987
271.17
Series 8: Planned Communities 1962-1975 (1 boxes) (1 boxes)
The documents in this series is information from different planned communities. There are international communities in Great Britain and communities within the United States, such as Columbia, Maryland.
Box Folder
10 17 Tapiola, 1962
504.2
18 Tantalon, 1962
504.6
19 Stevenage, 1962
504.7
20 English New Towns (Satellite Cities), 1962
504.1
Box Folder
11 1 English New Towns (Satellite Cities), 1962
504.1
2 Satellite Cities, 1963
504.8
3 Irvine Ranch, 1967
504.3
4 Columbia-James Rouse, 1973-1975
504.5
Series 9: Media 1960-2003 (1.5 boxes)
Series eight is titled Media. The series is comprised of negatives, slides, photographs, videotapes and a reel. The series is dated from 1960 to 2003.
Box Folder
11 5 Reston Slides, 1960s
394.4
6 Reston Negatives, 1960s
394.11
7 Photos: Sunset Hills Farm, Fairfax County, Virginia: Gift of Robert Simon, 1960s
395.10
8 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.6
9 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.7
10 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.4
Box Folder
12 1 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.9
2 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.10
3 Reston Photos, 1960s
394.5
4 Reflections Lake Anne School, 1982-1983
14.1
5 Lake Anne School-Interview of Robert Simon (VHS), 1983
14.1; Access copy available on DVD. 39 minutes, 58 seconds.
6 Conversation with Robert E. Simon (VHS), May 20,1979
154.2; Access copy available on DVD. 29 minutes.
7 Conversation with Robert E. Simon (VHS), May 20, 1979
154.2
8 Unedited Copy of Robert E. Simon: Interviewer Bob Dix (VHS), 1993
485.2
9 Interview with Robert E. Simon and Jane Wilhelm (VHS),
394; Access copy available on DVD. 18 minutes, 48 seconds.
10 Robert E. Simon (VHS), July 1, 2003
394; Access copy available on DVD. 30 minutes, 01 seconds.
11 Robert E. Simon Tribute(VHS),
394; Access copy available on DVD. 12 minutes, 15 seconds.
12 "Reston" Final Print from Internet,
394.3
Series 10: Oversize 1960-2006 (3 boxes)
Series nine is titled Oversize. The series is mostly newsclippings and articles that relate to Reston and the developments there. The series is dated from 1960 to 2006.
Box Folder
13 1 Planning Magazine, 2006
1.1
2 Northern Virginia Magazine, 2006
1.2
3 Grapevine Home and Travel, 2006
1.3
4 Linden Springs at Wiehle Virginia, 2000s
1.4
5 Virginia Living Magazine, 2005
1.5
Box Folder
14 1 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, Suburban Town Houses "A Popular Trend", 1964
396.1
2 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Fairfax Voters OK School Bonds, 5-1", The Washington Post, "Grant to Help Fairfax Plan Reston Schools" and Falls Church Sun Echo, "Design Research For Reston's Schools Started", 1963
396.2
3 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, Suburban Town Houses "A Popular Trend", 1964
396.3
4 Newsclipping: American Engineer, "Glenn Saunders, Jr., P.E. The Challenge To Create", 1960s
396.4
5 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Her Job Is to Banish New-Town Blues", 1963
396.5
6 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "How Important Is a Tree?", 1962
396.6
7 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "New Reston Community To Be Subject of Study", "Study of Reston To Be Financed By Ford Grant", "Foundation Approves Grant for Study of Reston Project" and "New Cities Sprout Up As Population Zooms", 1963
396.7
8 Newsclipping: Northern Virginia Sun, "Reston Approved", "Reston 'Community Zone' Approved for Fairfax" and "Project Will House 75,000", 1962
396.8
9 Newsclipping: Richmond Times, "Developer Plans to Build Entire City in Fairfax" and The Washington Post "Area Planners Face Challenge", 1962
396.9
10 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Planners Back Zoning For 'Reston Concept'", The Washington Post, "Unit Backs Reston Ordinance" and Daily News, "Reston Goes Trail-Blazing", 1962
396.10
11 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Satellite Town" and "Reston Development Depends on Zoning" and The Washington Post, "Planned City", 1962
396.11
12 Newsclipping: The Herndon-Chantilly Times, "Planning Commission Expected to Approve Reston Development", 1962
396.12
13 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "Reston Community Decision May Alter Suburban Growth" and "Reston To Be Complete Community", 1962
396.13
14 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Fairfax Supervisors Consider Third Sunset Hills Proposal", 1961
396.14
15 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Fairfax Reaction Mixed on Plan for Reston", The Washington Post, "Cluster Plan Proposed to Cut Fairfax Sprawl" and "New Concept Proposed for Sunset Hills" and The Washington Daily News, "Reston ASks New Rules", 1962
396.15
16 Newsclipping: Fairfax County Sun Echo, "Sunset Hills' New Owner Announces Plans", 1961
396.16
17 Newsclipping: Fairfax County Sun Echo, "Board Hears 'Reston' Plans", 1961
396.17
Box Folder
15 1 Scrapbook of Original Newsclippings, 1965
397.1
2 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "Weaver Says Action, Hard Work Needed", 1965
397.2
3 The New Town Diagram, 1965
397.3
4 The New Town Floor Plan, 1965
397.4
5 Town Center Diagram, 1965
397.5
6 Newsclippings: Alexandria Gazette, 1965
397.6
7 Newsclippings: The Wall Street Journal, "Building Cities", 1965
397.7
8 Newsclippings: "Building Pace Changes Face of Broad Area", 1965
397.8
9 Newsclipping: Northern Virginia Sun, "Allmen Slates Fairfax Project" and "Hazelton Lab Branch Is Located in Reston", 1965
397.9
10 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "Junior Hunt Horse Show SEt July 24", 1965
397.10
11 Newsclipping: Times Pirayune, "New Concepts Lead to Better Planning", 1965
397.11
12 Newsclipping: The Washington Daily News, "D.C. Could Be the Capital of Tennis World", 1965
397.12
13 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "Vespers Planned at Reston Lake", 1965
397.13
14 Newsclipping: "Utilities Going Into Air-Conditioning Business-It's Paying Off Cooly", 1965
397.14
15 Newsclipping: "High Density Housing and Rural Landscape Will Meet in the City Planned by R.E. Simon", 1965
397.15
16 Newsclipping: "Topping Out of Reston's Tallest", 1965
397.16
17 Newsclipping: "They're Building the City of the Future", 1965
397.17
18 Newsclipping: The Kansas City Star, "Cooling as New Utility Service", 1965
397.18
19 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "For and About Women", 1965
397.19
20 Newsclipping: "200 Entries Expected For Truro Horse Show", 1965
397.20
21 Newsclipping: "Nation's Cities", 1965
397.21
22 News Photos, 1965
397.22
23 Newsclipping: "City of Future Comes to Life", 1965
397.22
24 Newsclipping: "Horse Show", 1965
397.24
25 Newsclipping: "New City Is Taking Shape", 1965
397.25
26 Newsclipping: "Reston Heavily Toured", 1965
397.26
27 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "You Can Move Into Your Reston Townhouse Before School Starts", 1965
397.27
28 Newsclipping: "Suppose You Could Drive Out Here This Weekend", 1965
397.28
29 Newsclipping: The Evening Star, "Reston", 1965
397.29
30 Newsclipping: Richmond Times-Dispatch, "Reston: City for Country Lovers", 1965
397.30
31 Newsclipping: , 1965
397.2
32 Newsclipping: "They're Off and Jumping in Fairfax" , 1965
397.32
33 Newsclipping: "Mission Pulpit Suits His Needs", 1965
397.33
34 Newsclipping: "Virginia Homes of '66 Exhibited" , 1965
397.34
35 Newsclipping: "Meet the Press" , 1965
397.35
36 Newsclipping: "A Quick Look at Today's Housing Trends", 1965
397.36
37 Newsclipping: "Reston Takes Shape as a Town, And It Takes Much Money, Too", 1965
397.37
38 Newsclipping: "And Culture Too: Reston Creator Believes in More Than Accommodation" , 1965
397.38
39 Newsclipping: "Developer of Reston Values County's Help" , 1965
397.39
40 Newsclipping: "Carnegie Hall To Reston, Va." , 1965
397.40
41 Newsclipping: "Industry Is Given Major Role In Development of New Va. City" , 1965
397.41
42 Newsclipping: "U.S. Chamber Studying What's Wrong With Cities", 1965
397.42
43 Newsclipping: The Reston Times, 1965
397.43
44 Newsclipping: "Red-Eyed, Green-Eyed Surveyors" , 1965
397.44
45 Newsclipping: Reston Times, "Times Editorials" , 1965
397.45
46 Newsclipping: "This Month In Reston" , 1965
397.46
47 Newsclipping: "The Vienna Trust Company is Coming to Reston", 1965
397.47
48 Newsclipping: "This Month In Reston", 1965
397.48
49 Newsclipping: "Next Year's Construction Plans-Lake Anne Village", 1965
397.49
50 Advertisements , 1965
397.50
51 Newsclipping: "The Appraiser" , 1965
397.51
52 Newsclipping: The Washington Post, "Hancock to Have 21 Million Dollars Stake In Reston Town", 1965
397.52
53 Newsclipping: "That Reston Sure Turned the Tide" , 1965
397.532
54 Newsclipping: "Industry Comes to Reston", 1965
397.54
55 Thank You from Capital By Lines , 1965
397.55
56 Newsclipping: "Some Men Who Made Marks in '65", 1965
397.56
57 Newsclipping: "Still Hope for a Model Suburb in the City" , 1965
397.57
58 Newsclipping: "BP's Aide Takes Tour of Reston", 1965
397.58
59 Newsclipping: "Underdeveloped: Strangling Debt", 1965
397.59
60 Newsclipping: "The Critical Eye", 1965
397.60
61 Newsclipping: "Robert E. Simon, Builder of the Washington Area's Most Advanced New Town, Talks About the Reston Experiment", 1965
397.62
62 Newsclipping: "Reston Counts 1000 Residents and Now Looks Like New Town", 1966
397.62
63 Newsclipping: "Let's Face It A Monthly Commentary" , 1965
397.63
64 Newsclipping: "Congressional Record", 1965
397.64
65 Newsclipping: "Geological Survey Unveils Plans for Big Reston Complex", 1965
397.65
66 Newsclipping: "International Flavor At Reston Ceremony", 1966
397.66
67 Newsclipping: "She Mothers New City", 1966
397.67
68 Newsclipping: "From the Desk of Christian C. Lunnow" , 1965
397.68
69 Newsclipping: "James B. Selonick" , 1965
397.69
70 Newsclipping: "Geological Survey Unveils Plans for Big Reston Complex" , 1965
397.70
71 Newsclipping: The Wall Street Journal, 1965
397.71
72 Newsclipping: "Reston, Virginia-A New Town", 1965
397.72
73 Newsclipping: "Engineer", 1965
397.73
74 Newsclipping: "D.C. Firm Wins 2 AIA Awards", 1966
397.74
75 Newsclipping: "Mall Swings for Urban Conference Delegates, 1966
397.75
76 Newsclipping: "Reston", 1966
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77 Newsclipping: "Instant Towns", 1967
397.77
78 Newsclipping: "Reston Time for an Afternoon Sail on the Lake", 1967
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79 Newsclipping: New York Times, "Co-Op City", 1966
397.79
80 Newsclipping: The New York Times, "Reston To Study Low-Income Units", 1967
397.80
81 Newsclipping: "Reston Developer Bars Sameness", 1967
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Volume
1 Reston: A Conception, 1962
A large book with a dedication to Robert Simon from his wife. There are also early Reston area and building design plans on many of the pages.
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