RIT CARY GRAPHIC ARTS COLLECTION
Vogue, Star of the Sans Serif
Type and type-founding - United States - Specimens
Sans serif type
The Vogue sans serif typeface family was created for the American fashion magazine, "Vogue," ca. 1930. It was distributed to the open market by the the Brooklyn-based Intertype Corporation, for their mechanical composing machines. Printed black and fuchsia inks.
Rochester Institute of Technology - RIT Libraries - Cary Graphic Arts Collection
Condé Nast Publications
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Type specimen pamphlet collection, 1930-1980
New. York - New York
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