Please to be enjoying this halftoned ca. 1966-rendering of "the coming Reston elementary school," later known as Lake Anne. The sketch gives it that breezy, half Great Society, half Jetsons look that was in vogue at the time, but the price was apparently right. Here's the writeup from a 1966 newsletter:
Friday, May 13, brought good luck to Reston, for on that day it was learned that the Fairfax County School Board announced the award of the construction of the first Reston elementary school to Reston, Virginia, Inc., which will build the school without profit in addition to having donated the land. Construction will begin immediately so that the school will be ready for use by 1967.This fall marked the end of a two-year renovation project at the school, which includes interactive whiteboards and stuff that would have seemed like science fiction when ground was first broken.
We actually took the photo above to the Restonian Photo Lab (actually a 1985 Commodore Amiga running a beta version of Photoshop 1.0), where at great expense, we colorized and restored it to its original 1966 splendor: