Exterior photograph of the Tilden School for Teaching Health main building located in Denver, Colorado. The Tilden School for Teaching Health is an example of an early 20th century sanitarium utilizing nontraditional health techniques. The school was founded by Dr. John Henry Tilden who developed and widely published the health techniques employed in the school. The school is also representative of early 20th century medical facility design as expressed by Denver architect Harry W.J. Edbrooke.
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