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Male, born 1925, died 01/28/1998

Associated with the firm network

The Artists and Architects Group (TAAG)

Professional History

Instructor/Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, Department of Art, 1951-1977;


B.F.A., University of Washington, Seattle; M.F.A., University of Washington, Seattle;


Born in Bellingham, WA, the family moved to Tacoma, WA, c. 1936; he attended the University of Washington, for a number of years, and later taught there. He died in Seattle, WA at age 72.

His father owned popcorn stands in Puget Sound and the State of Oregon; the family was itinerant as the father shifted the family periodically to new cities for business. Spencer had a brother, Roger.

Spencer Moseley married Aileen Mosely, who died c. 1988.

Spencer and Aileen Moseley had two children, Max and Grendl.

Moseley participated with the Architects and Artists Group, (TAAG), that collaborated to design the University of Washington, Seattle, Nuclear Reactor Building in 1961. Moseley died from the effects of Parkinson's Disease.

Associated Locations

  • Bellingham, WA (Architect's Birth)
    Bellingham, WA

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PCAD id: 4729