A collection of group pictures and employees at work. Numerous 8×10 photos of employees at work exist in the archives at the The New Jersey Historical Society. None are here, due to the difficulty in getting copies of items in their archives.
|All Employees Circa Early 1870s. Date is assumed as Jacob is first row left. He became ill in 1875 and his eldest son took over. [Picture is currently out for restoration.]|
|Employee Group Circa 1964|
|Employee Group June 1966. With men identified in legend.|
|Dog in Treadmill. Dog power was used to sharpen shears when Jacob Wiss started his cutlery business. This rendering was produced by an artist at The Newark Evening News.|
|Setting screw in scissors and final adjustment. Steve Powers of Bloomfield, NJ. May 1966.|
|Pinking Shears Being Manufactured. Inspecting, wiping and packaging for shipment. May 16, 1966.|