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PMD & Cutrite Systems

Plastic Memorial Designs International (PMD) was a plastic stencil cutting die manufacturer operating from 1976 through the late 1990s by Fred Adler, son of Imre Adler, partner and founder of the Allied Industrial Sales Corporation (AISC) plastic cutting die company. Located in Quebec, Canada, PMD marketed its plastic stencil cutting dies under the name Cutrite Systems. PMD also revived some […]

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William Jack

1862 – 1915 William “Mr. Jack” Jack was originally from Aberdeenshire Scotland. In 1880 Jack immigrated to the United States, where he quickly found his way to Barre, Vermont. Jack was a pioneer in the industry as one of the first individuals to pursue the occupation of memorial draftsman, which was new to the industry in […]

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Robert B. Knox

1891 – 1970 Robert “Bobby” Knox was a memorial draftsman and inventor from Berlin, Vermont. Knox worked for the Jones Brothers Co. in Barre, Vermont from around 1910 until at least 1942. In 1916 Knox gave up his position as a drafting instructor at the Evening Drawing School in Barre Vermont due to an advancement […]

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Welcome to the MLC website!

Mar. 28, 2016 –  The Monument Lettering Center project has been in process for a number of years, the website is finally up and running. Take a look around and learn or more about why the MLC exists, what it offers to the industry, and how you can get involved with the MLC projects. In the coming weeks the MLC will […]

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