|Title||Fresh Air School to Open|
|Publication Type||Newspaper Article|
|Year of Publication||1908|
|Corporate Authors||New York Times|
|Publisher||New York Times|
Fresh Air and Open Air Schools were operated for "delicate children" in the 19th and early 20th Century. The article mentions TB, but other illnesses were also accommodated, such as those that are treated at the National Jewish Hospital in Denver, which was built on fresh air hospital guidelines more than a century ago.
Meanwhile, journalists eclipse the history of persons with sensitivities behind the self-aggrandizing revisionist version provided by a Johnny come lately group of physicians who call themselves "doctors of environmental medicine."