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The first Masonic Temple of Port Natal Lodge EC was built on this site in 1871. It was on the corner of Smith Street (now Anton Lembede Street) and a lane called Masonic Grove (now Dullah Omar Grove). Masonic Grove was named after the temple.
This temple was destroyed by fire in 1892, and replaced with a second Masonic Temple – the one by Street-Wilson and Fyfe. It was used for Masonic purposes until 1949 when it was replaced by a multi-storey office block known as Sangro House.
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