Archer's Eastern Star Home Added to National Register of Historic Places

Archer's Eastern Star Home was added to the National Register of Historic Places in October. The 1931 Spanish Colonial Revival building has always been a place for women, making its historical designation even more meaningful.
The National Register of Historic Places names cultural resources worthy of preservation, giving these buildings a number of incentives because of their historic status.

The Eastern Star, named a National Historic Landmark in 1989, used to house retired women before Archer moved to the property in 1999. Over two decades later, Archer’s tremendous growth to nearly 500 students on a seven-acre historic Sunset Boulevard campus is a testament to the school's mission to inspire girls to become confident, ethical leaders, strengthening their voices and capacity to contribute positively to their communities.
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