not all those who wander are lost

Globe Tobacco, established in 1871 by O. P. Hazard, Thomas McGraw, Hiram Walker, and William Moore.

Six floors, Romanesque mill-style building, constructed with load-bearing masonry walls and timber roof and floors.

The Globe Tobacco Company went out of business in 1925. The building is now office spaces.

Back from when one of Detroit’s leading industries was tobacco products.

Photographic essays of Detroit and the surrounding region. Started in 2003 as a photo weblog, dETROITfUNK carried on as a photographic archive of the changing conditions in and around the City of Detroit.