In large, warehouselike buildings such as the Grant factory, slave laborers stemmed, flavored, and pressed plug tobacco. Scottish-born architect-builder Samuel Freeman built a number of these factories. The Yarborough Factory at 25th and Franklin streets is another example.
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Grant Tobacco Factory
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