One-piece child's dress, pale green pleated silk and velvet, ca. 1895. The dress has a lined, high-waisted bodice with center back opening, and was made by B. Altman Co., New York. The pale green silk crepe bodice is trimmed with a matching silk satin ribbon sash at the waist and ribbon bows at the center back, center front, and left shoulder. A wide needle lace bertha collar is stitched to the rounded neckline, extending over the very full, short contrasting velveteen sleeves. The pale green knife-pleated silk crepe skirt is cut straight and tightly gathered to the bodice. Dress: chest is 27" around; shoulder to hem is 37-inches.
This dress was Marjorie Van Wickle's, from childhood. She can be seen wearing the dress in photo titled, Augustus Van Wickle and his daughter Marjorie, 1895.
Van Wickle, Augustus Stout
Marjorie Randolph Van Wickle Lyon