The Abbott Lowell Cummings Prize, named after the founding president of the Vernacular Architecture Forum, is conferred annually upon the book that has made the most significant contribution to the study of vernacular architecture and cultural landscapes. In judging the nominated works, the jurors look for a publication that:
2022 Cummings Prize Recipient
David P. Monteyne, For the Temporary Accomodation of Settlers: Architecture and Immigrant Reception in Cananda, 1870-1930 published by McGill-Queen's/Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation Studies in Art History, 2021.
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