Truesdell™ font family


Designed by  Steve Matteson in 1994
Frederic W. Goudy

About Truesdell™ font family

Frederic Goudy drew Truesdell in 1930 and first used it for an article in a quarterly journal for book collectors. Since it was a small family and not promoted, Goudy received few orders for fonts. The original drawings and matrices for the face were lost in the fire that destroyed Goudy's studio in 1939.The only known examples of Truesdell fonts reside in the extensive collection of typographic material at the Rochester Institute of Technology School of Printing. It was proofs from these fonts that served as the basis for Monotype's digital revival of the family. Monotype Truesdell was released in March of 1994, just slightly over fifty-five years after fire destroyed Goudy's original work.
More related documents:
Type Gallery: Truesdell
Font Designer: Steve Matteson

Truesdell

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Truesdell

4 Typefaces



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Std / OT CFF

supports at least

21 languages.

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