Woman’s 1-piece dress. Ribbed knit polyester fabric in bright yellow. Dress has a rounded neckline; full front opening with 9 yellow and gold-rimmed buttons; 2 rounded patch pockets in front; self-fabric covered belt with brass-colored metal buckle. Fabric label sewn inside neck with maker and size: "COUNTRY MISS / 14".
(Keywords: Fashion, Twentieth Century, New York)
|Acquisition||Gift of Lorraine Danischewski|
|Ownership and History||This shirtwaist dress was worn around 1975 by Ruth (Danielson) Danischewski (1929-2006). Mrs. Danischewski grew up on Decker Avenue in Port Richmond, Staten Island, graduated from Port Richmond High School in 1946, and received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wagner College. She was married in 1961 to E. Keith Danischewski and had two sons, Roy and Glen. The family lived on Hart Boulevard in West New Brighton. A schoolteacher for 33 years, Mrs. Danischewski spent much of her career at P.S. 46 in South Beach, Staten Island, retiring in 1990.|
|Subjects||Clothing & dress|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Clothing -- Outerwear|
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