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George Thomas Tilden

George Thomas Tilden, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Background

  • Tilden, George Thomas was born on March 19, 1845 in Concord, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Review William Philips (Unitarian minister) and Mary Jacobs (Foster) T.

  • Education

    • Educated Phillips Exeter Academy, N.H. Lectures, Massachusetts Institute Technology. In architectural offices of William R. Ware (later Ware & Van Brunt), Boston.

      Left office of William Ralph Emerson, 1869, to go abroad for a year. Studied in atelier under Emil Vaudremer, Paris.

    Career

    • Associate in practice with Arthur Rotch, as Rotch & Tilden, 1880-1894, practiced alone, since 1894. Designed and erected many church, library and school buildings, private residences in Maine, Boston, Washington, Charleston, South Carolina., etc.

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

    Connections

    • Married Alice O. Butler, October 5, 1871.
    • father: Review William Philips Tilden
    • spouse: Alice O. Butler
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    Died July 10, 1919
    (aged 74)
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