The University of Mary Washington’s Center for Historic Preservation
announces the winners of the 2021 book prize. The prize has been awarded annually since 1989 to the book (or books) with the most potential for positively impacting the discipline of historic preservation in the United States. One of the two winners this year is VAF member, Tom Hubka for his book How the Working Class Home Because Modern, 1900-1940. Read the full announcement and details of the prize here.