This is another building I have posted on here before with some of the history. So I'm not going to go into much detail on this one in this post either. The building was designed by architects who learned from Albert Kahn and dedicated in 1938.
The funding was provided by Horace Rackham who was one of the first major shareholders in Ford Motor Company and he made lots of money. There are several other buildings in the area that bear his name.
It's a very nice building and you can see many styling cues of Albert Kahn on it.