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Browsing Planned Community Archives: Catherine A. Baum Digital Collection by Issue Date

Browsing Planned Community Archives: Catherine A. Baum Digital Collection by Issue Date

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  • Unknown author (House & Home, 1964-02)
    Report, New Towns for America, editorial reprint from House & Home the Management Magazine of the Housing Industry, February 1964. At the time of this publication there were about seventy-five planned communities across ...
  • Unknown author (House & Home, 1964-02)
    Press Reports on Reston and House & Home Editorial Reprint, February 1964. This publication reprints articles from eight different publications dating between 1963 and 1964. Publications include the National Observer; New ...
  • Carpenter, Edward (Whitney Publications, Inc., 1964-03)
    Reprint of an article from Industrial Design from March 1964 by Edward Carpenter entitled "Brave New Town." This article discusses the planning and development of Reston, Virginia. Attention is specifically paid to the ...
  • Carpenter, Edward (Industrial Design, 1964-03)
    Report titled Brave New Town, by Edward Carpenter, reprinted from Industrial Design, March 1964. By fall 1964 a town will have sprung full blown from the wooded, hilly countryside near Washington, D.C. What is surprising ...
  • Anonymous (1964-07)
    Article reprint titled Reston: An Answer to Suburban Sprawl, Urban Living in the Country, Anonymous, originally printed in Architectural Record, July 1964. Reston a satellite new town which will house some 75,000 people ...
  • Anonymous (Washington World, 1964-08-17)
    Article titled The Reston, Virginia Story, Anonymous, printed in Washington World, 17 August 1964. The article details Reston's history, from farm land to blue-print for future planned communities; planning stages; Robert ...
  • Anonymous (Washington World, 1964-10)
    Article titled Reston Industry: Progress Report, Anonymous, printed in Washington World, October 1964. This article updates local residents and interested parties to the progress of Reston's indsutrial enterprises. Reston ...
  • Von Eckardt, Wolf (The New Republic, 1964-11-07)
    Article titled America Tomorrow: Creating the Great Society, by Wolf Von Eckardt, printed in The New Republic, 7 November 1964. This article is broken into seven sub-sections: introduction; What's in it For Me?; Eggheads ...
  • Anonymous (1964-11-23)
    Article reprint titled New Towns: Shape of Utopia?, Anonymous, originally printed in Newsweek, November 23, 1964. At the time of publication, approximately twenty new towns were being constructed across the country, offering ...
  • Norcross, Carl (Urban Land, 1965)
    Article, What Buyers Think of Reston, by Carl Norcross, printed in Urban Land, Volume 25, Number 2. Urban Land: News and Trends in City Development is published by the Urban Land Institute in Washington, D.C. Norcross ...
  • Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies (Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies, 1965-01)
    Reports on a Survey by the Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies: Washington's New Communities, printed January 1965. Three articles from three different newspapers comprise this small report. First, The Community's ...
  • Anonymous (Engineering News-Record, 1965-01-28)
    Article, "Reston: The New Town Planned to Stop Urban Sprawl," Anonymous, printed in Engineering News-Record, reprinted from January 28, 1965. This article uses Reston to illustrate vital planning principals for controlling ...
  • McDowell, Charles (Star-ledger (Newark, N.J.), 1965-08-11)
    Article written by Charles McDowell taken from The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey from Wednesday August 11, 1965 entitled "From Little Seed Grows a Big City." During McDowell’s visit to Reston, Virginia, Peter McCandless ...
  • Von Eckardt, Wolf (Washington Post, 1966-07-24)
    Reprint of an article by Wolf Von Eckardt that first appeared in the Washington Post on July 24, 1966 entitled "The Row House is Going to Town--Not to Mention Country." In this article, Von Eckardt discusses the reemergence ...
  • Sub-Committee of the Central Housing Advisory Committee (Her Majesty's Stationary Office, London, 1967)
    Examines the needs for continuing educational services in towns across the United Kingdom, including Wales, presents possible solutions for overcrowded schools, new communities' needs for recreational and educational ...
  • Anonymous (Reston Letter, 1967-01)
    January 1964 (Volume 4, Number 2) edition of The Reston Letter. This edition, entitled the "Seasons of Success Issue," contains short articles with pictures on the development of Reston in industrial, residential, business, ...
  • Columbia Real Estate, Title and Insurance Company (Columbia Real Estate, Title and Insurance Company, 1967-06)
    Newsletter from the Columbia Real Estate, Title and Insurance Company from June 1967 (Vol VII, No. 6). This newsletter contains articles dealing with the real estate market, loans, etc. This issue's lead article is entitled ...
  • Hoppenfeld, Morton (American Institute of Planners, 1967-11)
    A Sketch of the Planning-Building Process for Columbia, Maryland, by Morton Hoppenfeld. Originally published in the American Institute of Planners Journal, November 1967, pages 398-409. Using the new town of Columbia, this ...
  • Lee, Dallas M. (Home Missions, 1967-12)
    Article titled "Planned Communities: Who's Shaping the Future," by Dallas M. Lee, printed in Home Missions, December 1967. Lee writes about Reston, a young planned city who is striving to capture the best of relaxed country ...
  • Robb, George M. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1968-09)
    A study of the concept of an experimental new city in the 250,000 plus population range in which technological innovations could be demonstrated and tested. Planned Communitiy Archives Collection, 419.04.

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