Architecture in the family way : doctors, houses, and women, 1870-1900 /
In this revealing look at the forces influencing domestic life, health, and architecture in Victorian England, Annmarie Adams argues that the many significant changes in this period were due not to architects' efforts but to the work of feminists and health reformers. Contrary to the widely hel...
|Online Access:||Electronic book from EBSCO|
|Published:||Montreal ; Buffalo : McGill-Queen's University Press, ©1996.|
|Series:||McGill-Queen's/Hannah Institute studies in the history of medicine, health, and society ;