New Sprankle BuildingNew Sprankle Building / The Pembroke view Walnut from Union Avenue. Photo: Ernest Everett Blevins, MFA © All Rights Reserved 2018
The Sprankle Building (also known by later names of The Pembroke and The Daylight Building) is now a 38- (formally 40) unit condominium in the adaptive reused building. Built in 1927, this building housed the initial offices of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Engineering Staff, Training, and Education programs, and Soil Erosion and Reforestation offices. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Daylight Building in 2009.
“The Daylight Building National Register of Historic Places nomination,” https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/09000956 (accessed 2 January 2019)
“New Sprankle Building / The Pembroke,” http://knoxheritage.org/our-work/neighborhood-tours/historic-downtown-knoxville-walking-tour/new-sprankle-building-the-pembroke/ (accessed 30 December 2018)
Project originally submitted by Ernest Everett Blevins on January 12, 2019.
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