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George Thomas Tilden

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


  • 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.


    • 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.


    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.


    • 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)