Girl Scout Pajamas, Robes & Slippers
The first official sleep-related item was offered in 1930, a lounge robe - but the first set of pajamas didn't show up until 1937. A wide range of styles were offered throughout the years, always with the official Girl Scout logo - somewhere on the item.
The first Girl Scout "Lounge Robe" 1930 -1933, note the angular "GS" logo. R-481, R-482, K-911
Girl Scout Bathrobe, 100% Wool, 1934-1935, J-401
This new Girl Scout Bathrobe (left) is also 100% wool. GS logo is on the left breast pocket and the sash has silk fringe. 8-403
Note the official Girl Scout slippers! Dark green leather with the trefoil stamped on the tongue. 5-721
Close-up view of Girl Scout Bed Room Slippers 5-721 (above)
These two catalog images show the same Girl Scout bathrobe 8-403. Although the number matches the bathrobe shown above for 1935-1937, this robe has buttons and a cloth sash.
Girl Scout Pajamas 8-410, 1937-1939
Note the official Girl Scout Radio - it was a real thing, but was only offered for sale through a Girl Scout Christmas catalog for 1939. I've never seen a real one.
These Girl Scout Slippers are the same code 5-721, but are now described as moccasin style - 1941.
The first Brownie Girl Scout pajamas 8-414
The first Brownie Girl Scout Bathrobe (8-604) and Slippers,
The Girl Scout Housecoat 8-415 had flower shaped buttons.
These Girl Scout pajamas similar to the pj's above and carrying the same code number 8-410, but differ with the placement of the trefoil, has a gather on the bodice,no sash and came in an extra large size.
These sweet little Brownie pj's 8-414 were available from 1940-1942