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  • Thos. Moser Tall Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser Tall Bookcase
    Made with solid cherry backs, our Tall and Vertical Bookcases can be used as freestanding room dividers or against a wall. We offer two heights, 76" (Tall Bookcase) and 52" (Vertical Bookcase), each with adjustable shelves.
  • Thos. Moser American Bungalow Vertical Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser American Bungalow Vertical Bookcase
    Built-in bookcases were used in bungalow homes to conserve space and display beloved items. Our freestanding bookcases provide ample storage without overwhelming a room. Suspending the case from the frame permits light to pass through the sides for a deceptively weightless look. Cantilevered corner lap joints securely join the frame while reverse tapered legs support adjustable shelves.
  • Thos. Moser Element Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser Element Bookcase
    Thoughtful design is a Moser hallmark"and practical details make all the difference in each Element piece. Designed to complement the Element Desk and Credenza, the Bookcase uses the same exposed feathered miter joint, providing both a beautiful visual moment and a celebration of honest construction. The Element Bookcase is available to two standard sizes, and can be customized to most any size and shelf configuration whether for home office, conference room, or executive suite. Available in walnut (shown) or cherry as standards, it can also be made in most any other American hardwood of your choice. The Element Bookcase is offered in two standard sizes (click to enlarge) The small Element Bookcase has two fixed shelves (top and bottom) and two adjustable middle shelves, while the large Element Bookcase has three fixed shelves (top, middle and bottom) and four adjustable shelves. Designed by Adam Rogers , the Element Collection was first introduced at NeoCon 2013, where the Element Desk and Credenza earned a silver award for Case Goods at the Contract Magazine Best of Neocon Awards.
  • Thos. Moser Long Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser Long Bookcase
    Building a solid cherry bookcase that will not warp or crack as the seasons change requires extensive joinery, yet the result is an object of truly lasting value. We now offer a long, horizontal version of our traditional bookcase, which can also be used as a room divider, thanks to its fully finished frame-and-panel back and low profile.
  • Thos. Moser Windward Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser Windward Bookcase
    An elegant and lasting solution for the shared spaces of personal offices, Windward Bookcases can be stacked, set side-by-side or separated to flank a doorway. Each 36-inch high section has two adjustable shelves. From Father to Son There is a very interesting story behind the Windward Bookcase, which dates back to the 1920s. While growing up in Chicgao, Tom Moser had to endure the loss of both of his parents before finishing high school. His father Joseph Moser, a pressman at the Chicago Tribune, died on Tom’s eighteenth birthday in 1953. Shortly thereafter Tom had quite school, left home, and joined the air force. When Tom came back some years later, there was almost nothing what so ever left from his mother and father. He had some little coffee cups from his mother, and nothing from his father. Then in the late 1980s, Tom’s uncle Walter gave Tom a bookcase which had been made by Tom’s father as a gift for his sister, Tom’s aunt Annie, in the 1920s. It is nicely designed and well made Arts & Crafts style bookcase, and to this day it is the only thing that Tom owns that once belonged to his father. In designing the Windward Bookcase Tom made a number of changes, including removable shelves, but that’s where it began, from an approximately 1922 bookcase that was designed and built by Joseph Moser. It also influenced the entire Windward Collection, included the patented Windward Chair and Sofas.
  • Thos. Moser Windward Bookcase
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    Thos. Moser Windward Bookcase
    Offered in 36-inch high sections with two adjustable shelves, Windward Bookcases can be stacked, set side-by-side or separated to flank a fireplace or doorway. From Father to Son There is a very interesting story behind the Windward Bookcase, which dates back to the 1920s. While growing up in Chicago, Tom Moser had to endure the loss of both of his parents before finishing high school. His father Joseph Moser, a pressman at the Chicago Tribune, died on Tom’s eighteenth birthday in 1953. Shortly thereafter Tom had quit school, left home, and joined the air force. When Tom came back some years later, there was almost nothing what so ever left from his mother and father. He had some little coffee cups from his mother, and nothing from his father. Then in the late 1980s, Tom’s uncle Walter gave Tom a bookcase which had been made by Tom’s father as a gift for his sister, Tom’s aunt Annie, in the 1920s. It is nicely designed and well made Arts & Crafts style bookcase, and to this day it is the only thing that Tom owns that once belonged to his father. In designing the Windward Bookcase Tom made a number of changes, including removable shelves, but that’s where it began, from an approximately 1922 bookcase that was designed and built by Joseph Moser. It also influenced the entire Windward Collection, included the patented Windward Chair and Sofas.
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