My grandfather worked for Pandick Press for many years. When his son, my father, returned from WWII, he got a job at Pandick. He worked there for forty years.
My mother spoke of Mrs. Oakley who gave wonderful Christmas parties in New York City, remembered all the employee's and their family members' names. When I was born in 1948, Mrs. Oakley remembered my birth with a gift. My father worked at Pandick Press as a pressman and retired as a foreman. He was still there when Newcomb Press bought Pandick. He always worked on the,"Lobster Shift."
While known as a financial press, they also printed the wrappers for Wonder Bread. I would take the color proofs for Wonder Bread to school for show and tell.