OshKosh B’Gosh is an American children’s apparel company founded in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in 1895. It is a subsidiary of Carter’s. Originally a small-town manufacturer of adult work clothing, it has become best known for its children’s clothing, especially bibbed overalls. The original children’s overalls, dating from the early twentieth century, were intended to let parents dress their children like their fathers. According to the company, sales of the product increased after Miles Kimball, an Oshkosh-based mail-order catalog, featured a pair of the overalls in its national catalog in 1960. As a result, OshKosh began to sell their products through department stores and expanded their children’s line.