Women and the everyday city : public space in San Francisco, 1890-1915
This title explores the lives of women in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. A period of transformation of both gender roles and American cities, it shows how changes in the city affected women's ability to negotiate shifting gender norms as well as how women's increasing use of the city p...
|Document Type:||Online Resource Book|
: University of Minnesota Press
|Series:||Architecture, landscape, and American culture series
Women and the everyday city|
|Author Notes:||Jessica Ellen Sewell|
|License Package:||Oxford University Press : Minnesota Scholarship Online / Architecture|
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