The 28.5-acre former Eastern Star Home property at Division and Collins streets was bought in December by the Arlington school district. The home is shown here in 2012 before it was demolished.
The 28.5-acre former Eastern Star Home property at Division and Collins streets was bought in December by the Arlington school district. The home is shown here in 2012 before it was demolished. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives
The 28.5-acre former Eastern Star Home property at Division and Collins streets was bought in December by the Arlington school district. The home is shown here in 2012 before it was demolished. Max Faulkner Star-Telegram archives

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