Women in American architecture: a historic and contemporary perspective : a publication and exhibition organized by the Architectural League of New York through its Archive of Women in Architecture
Whitney Library of Design, 1977 - Architecture - 224 pages
An in-depth, evaluative study of women's role and achievements in American architecture reviews the careers of outstanding women architects and architectural critics.
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