Jacqueline Don



M.S. in Historic Preservation, Clemson University/ College Charleston, Charleston, SC, 2015

B.S. in Archaeological Science, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, 2012

Jacqueline Don rejoined the Warren Lasch Conservation Center as a Preservationist in January 2021. She had previously been a Preservation Intern at the WLCC in 2015 after graduating from the Clemson University and College of Charleston Masters in Historic Preservation program where she was trained in the evaluation and treatment of historic building materials. Jacqueline has performed conditions assessments and preservation work on numerous historic residential, commercial, and religious architectural restoration projects across the U.S., conserving a variety of materials including iron, steel, bronze, tin, wood, and brick. Jacqueline is currently part of the team of preservationists that perform conservation treatments for historic cannons and architectural elements at National Park Service sites: Fort Moultrie, Fort Sumter, and Fort Pulaski, as well as a variety of other conservation projects at the WLCC. She is also engaged in 3D laser scanning of historic sites, ruins, and architecture for heritage documentation and lectures for the course, Building Materials and Scientific Methods, at the American College of the Building Arts.

Research interest:
Historic Architectural and Materials Analysis, Conservation, and Restoration, 3D laser scanning for heritage documentation, Treatment of Outdoor Artifacts, Archaeology, and Historical Research.