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To view the finding aid for this architect's collection, see the Finding Aid at the Online Archive of California.
Howard MoÔse graduated from Harvard University with a bachelorís degree in 1915 and a masterís of architecture in 1916. He formed a partnership with Maurice M. Osborn in Boston and later took a job in the New York office of James Gamble Rogers. During the1930s, MoÔse was considered one of Americaís most modern designers. In 1932 he was invited to become a professor at the School of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. Beginning in 1946 he also practiced in Berkeley where he designed primarily residential work. During this period he was responsible for the addition and alterations to the Architecture Building (The Ark), in association with Ellsworth Johnson and Carlton Steiner.
|The Howard MoÔse collection spans the years 1911-1964 and documents MoÔseís architectural and teaching careers and his personal travels. The records include correspondence, photographs, slides, news clippings, class notes, sketches, and architectural drawings. Project records primarily document MoÔseís work in the Bay Area though some early East Coast projects are documented in photographs.|
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