Lafayette font family

Onno Schaap

In 1932, Robert Hunter Middleton drew Lafayette for Ludlow, following a fashion for extra condensed types for newspaper headlines that ran through American typography 120 years ago, a style that remains popular with conservative papers. Onno Schaap’s rendition of heavy verticals and horizontals lends authority, while the fine serifs add a delicacy without going to the nineteenth-century extreme of a condensed Latin.

Lafayette

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Lafayette

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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

Lafayette Extra Condensed -  2 variants
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