16645Re: camp chair
- Dec 26, 2002--- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com, "Larry Lozon" <lalozon@n...> wrote:
> From: <plainjane380@h...>Images.html
> I was thinking about making a small chair ........
> 1st visit: http://www.najecki.com/repro/Special-
> (I know, I know, all of you back off!, I know it is Rev
> but hang on!)they
> 2nd visit: http://falcon.jmu.edu/~brooksrg/waterloo.html
> - while visiting the Wellington Museum in Waterloo and the
> Caillou farmhouse, which was Napoleon's headquarters
> have on display chairs that look similar to Pier 1director
> chairs. Napoleon's had leather for the back and seat,lady,
> Wellington's was a painted canvas.
> Now, Sara, are you portraying a lady or woman. If a
> the director chair, if a woman a folding stool (#1).Think of
> if a woman you would be walking behind the army, can
> you see someone carrying a bent willow chair? If you
> a Lady you would have your furniture on a wagon.Again,I can't
> see either using a Victorian bent willow chair.
> Happy HO HO!
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