Here's a digitized 8 x 10 photo of the employees of that legendary Cuban cigar factory that was once the pride of South Trenton. Ms. Nadine Brunini gave me this photo some time ago, and I am just now getting around to past donations from local history devotees. Perhaps a visitor will recognize one or more of the gentlemen in the photo. Based on the neckties being worn by the men, I would suggest that this may have been taken in the wide tie 1950's era.
"OMAD," A regular and original visitor to this website, has sent the following added information on the Henry Clay & Bock cigar factory. The men in the photo really took a back seat to the ladies who did all the critical manufacturing process, turning out some of the finest cigars in the world. I smoked a couple of those Trenton-made cigars many years ago. Thanks for your comment Omad, who wrote: