LAWRENCE ‘LARRY’ EDWARD BRAISTED VENICE Lawrence ‘Larry’ Edward Braisted passed away on June 27th, 2018 at his home in Venice, FL with his loving family by his side. Larry was born in Staten Island, NY on March 11, 1945. Navy Intelligence, retiring in 1993 as a Navy Captain.
By the middle ages, the wealthy were using elaborateSome historians believe that wallpaper was introduced as a less expensive substitute for tapestries, but we find that claim dubious for three reasons.First, it is unlikely that paper, even backed with linen as it was in its earliest versions, would do as good as heavy tapestries to ward off drafts.Secondly, the claim ignores the fact that the Chinese glued decorative rice paper on their walls as early as 200 BC, and developed color block printing prior to the 5th century, predating the European practice by about a thousand years. The Arabs learned to block print paper from the Chinese and the skill had spread quickly throughout the mideast long before it reached Europe.Thirdly, wallpaper did not became very popular in England until Henry VIII’s excommunication from the Catholic Church resulted in a fall in trade with Catholic Europe. Unable to import tapestries and lacking any tapestry manufacturers in England, the English gentry and aristocracy turned to using wallpaper to embellish their living spaces.The Early Years through the 1600sThe Early YearsThe earliest known record of wallpaper in the Western world dates to 1481, when King Louis XI of France commissioned Jean Bourdichon to paint 50 rolls of paper with angels on a blue background so that he could take his wall decorations with him as he moved from one castle to another.
Other times, I make mistakes because the tools are not functioning like they should. For example, a sharp blade is not only safer but also produces a clean cut line. So don save on keeping a tired blade. As Best Of season comes around each year, we put our heads together in early fall to come up with a theme for what is always our biggest issue of the year. We started out with a loose idea based on royalty and monarchy the various best of winners are the kings and queens of the respective fields. Or something like that.
Dontese A. Robinson, 23, and Sadie Lee Johnson, 24, both of 1327 W. Southern Ave., South Williamsport; city police; misdemeanor shoplifting and corrupting the morals of a minor after they were caught allegedly trying to steal $235 worth of merchandise from Wegmans, 201 William St., on April 1; they had their 4 year old son with with them; released on $5,000 bail each..