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Collection Details


Collection Name: Reston Reflection Oral History Archives
Repository Name: George Mason University. Fenwick Library. Special Collections and Archives [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Dates Spanned: 1994-
Description: The Reston Reflections Oral History Archives is a collection of interviews of Restonians conducted by students from Langston Hughes Middle School in Reston, Virginia. The interviews include the memories of Reston residents who have lived in the community for at least fifteen years. The Archives are a part of the Planned Community Archives. There are 200 cassette tapes, some of which have been transcribed. Taping began in 1994 and is ongoing.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 200
Broad Subjects: History; Communities
ASP Subjects: Community; Local history; Oral history; Reston (Va.)--History; Reston, VA; United States; Virginia
Other Subjects: Restonians
Collection Code: OHC0000980