In chapters 1 and 2, she examines street and streetcars and spaces of errands (department stores, local main streets, and grocery stores). How does she explain these as imagined, experienced, and built landscapes? How did class affect which spaces women went and how they experienced them?
Diaries are one of her key sources. Whose diaries are these and what makes them unique? How do these diaries open up her ability to study space using her categories of imagined, experienced, and built landscape? Also pay close attention to the maps, photos, and other images she includes -- how do these function as part of her argument about San Francisco city spaces?