This book explores the contribution of women to the development of housing management in the 20th century. It outlines tactics
and strategies of organization and factors which have seemed to help or hinder women's participation in housing. Evidence
from statistical sources, historical documents and personal interviews is also assessed. Throughout the discussion, key issues
are linked to current trends in the 1990s, making this volume suitable as a source of reference for students and researchers
in housing and related fields.