Uttley trained on the Schokmiller pantograph by Nicholas J. Werner. Werner says in his circa 1931 Address "Last year I visited these folks, the Stevenson [sic], Blake & Company, letter foundry, and was astounded at the progress they had made since the installation of the small plant which I had brought to them. The very person I had taught (Mr. John E. Uttley) showed me a number of his wonderful improvements in the methods of designing and engraving." (p. 3 or p. 22 of the 1941 Share Your Knowledge Review reprint)
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