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TYPE THROUGH TIME JaRon Chapman


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1910 -The Chinese Revolution -Ernest Rutherford Discovers the Structure of an Atom -The Incan City of Machu Picchu Discovered -Roald Amundsen Reaches the South Pole -Standard Oil Company Broken Up -The Titanic Sinks -Henry Ford Creates First Moving Assembly Line -Los Angeles Owens Valley Aqueduct Opened -Personal Income Tax Introduced in U.S. -U.S. Enters World War I 1918 -Spanish Flu Pandemic -Treaty of Versailles Ends World War I

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Frederic W. Goudy (Bloomington, Illinois, March 8, 1865 Marlborough on Hudson, May 11, 1947) was a prolific American type designer whose typefaces include Copperplate Gothic, Kennerly, and Goudy Old Style. He also designed, in 1938, University of California Oldstyle, for the sole proprietary use of the University of California Press.

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1920 -First Commercial Radio Broadcast Aired -Harlem Renaissance Begins -League of Nations Established -Prohibition Begins in the U.S. -Insulin Discovered -Tomb of King Tut Discovered -Michael Collins Killed in Ambush -Mussolini Marches on Rome -Hitler Jailed After Failed Coup -Talking Movies Invented -First Olympic Winter Games -Houdini Dies After Being Punched -Robert Goddard Fires His First Liquid-Fuel Rocket -First Oxford English Dictionary Published

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Jan Tschichold (2 April 1902 Leipzig, Germany – 11 August 1974 Locarno, Switzerland) was a typographer, book designer, teacher and writer. Tschichold had converted to Modernist design principles in 1923 after visiting the first Weimar Bauhaus exhibition. Between 1926 and 1929, he designed a “universal alphabet” to clean up the few multi graphs and nonphonetic spellings in the German language. For example, he devised brand new characters to replace the multi graphs ch and sch. His intentions were to change the spelling by systematically replacing eu with oi, w with v, and z with ts. Long vowels were indicated by a macron below them, though the umlaut was still above. The alphabet was presented in one typeface, which was sans-serif and without capital letters.

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1930s -Gandhi's Salt March -Pluto Discovered -Christ Monument Built on Rio de Janeiro Hilltop -Empire State Building Completed -Amelia Earhart First Woman to Fly Solo Across the Atlantic -Scientists Split the Atom -Adolf Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany -Assassination Attempt on FDR -The Dust Bowl -The Great Terror Begins in the Soviet Union -Germany Issues the Anti-Jewish Nuremberg Laws -Hoover Dam Completed -Nazi Olympics in Berlin -Spanish Civil War Begins -Broadcast of "The War of the Worlds" Causes Panic -Chamberlain Announces "Peace in Our Time" -Evian Conference About Jewish Refugees From Nazi Germany -"Extinct" Fish Found (Coelacanth) -Hitler Annexes Austria -World War II Begins

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Stanley Morison (6 May 1889 – 11 October 1967) was a British typographer, designer and historian of printing. He was one of the most influential type-designers of the 20th century, having designed the Times New Roman typeface (1931) and several historical revivals for the Monotype Corporation. From 1923 to 1967 Morison was a typographic consultant for the Monotype Corporation. In the 1920s and 1930s, his work at Monotype included research and adaptation of historic typefaces, including the revival of the Baskerville, Blado (1923) and Bembo (1929) types. He pioneered the great expansion of the company's range of typefaces, and hugely influenced the field of typography to the present day.

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-Battle of Britain -Leon Trotsky Assassinated -Stone Age Cave Paintings Found in France - Japanese Attack Pearl Harbor -Manhattan Project Begins -Anne Frank Goes Into Hiding -Nazis Raze Town in Retaliation for Reinhard Heydrich's Death -Italy Joins the Allies -Warsaw Ghetto Uprising -First German V1 and V2 Rockets Fired -Hitler Escapes Assassination Attempt -First Computer Built (ENIAC) -Germans Surrender -U.S. Drops Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki -Winston Churchill Gives His “Iron Curtain" Speech -Chuck Yeager Breaks the Sound Barrier -Dead Sea Scrolls Discovered -Polaroid Cameras Invented -"Big Bang" Theory Formulated -Gandhi Assassinated -Policy of Apartheid Begun -China Becomes Communist -NATO Established -Soviet Union Has Atomic Bomb

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Jan van Krimpen (12 February 1892 in Gouda – 20 October 1958 in Haarlem) was a Dutch typographer and type designer. He worked for the printing house Koninklijke Joh. EnschedÊ. His type designs are elegant book typefaces, originally made for manual printing and the monotype machine. Although a good few have been digitised (Romulus, Haarlemmer, Spectrum), the typefaces are only rarely used in publications. Of special note is the Romulus 'superfamily', consisting of a seriffed font, a cursive, a chancery italic (Cancelleresca Bastarda), a sans-serif, and a Greek in a range of weights. Such an extensive family would have been a first, comparable to today's Scala family. The outbreak of the Second World War disrupted the project before completion. After the war, Van Krimpen was not interested in resuming it.

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1950s -First Modern Credit Card Introduced -First Organ Transplant -Korean War Begins -U.S. President Truman Orders Construction of Hydrogen Bomb -Color TV Introduced -South Africans Forced to Carry ID Cards Identifying Race -Truman Signs Peace Treaty With Japan, Officially Ending WWII -The Great Smog of 1952 -Jacques Cousteau Discovers Ancient Greek Ship -DNA Discovered -Joseph Stalin Dies -First Atomic Submarine Launched -Report Says Cigarettes Cause Cancer -Emmett Till Murdered -Rosa Parks Refuses to Give Up Her Seat on a Bus -Warsaw Pact Signed -Dr. Seuss Publishes The Cat in the Hat -Soviet Satellite Sputnik Launches -Space Age -NASA Founded -Peace Symbol Created -Castro Becomes Dictator of Cuba

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Georg Trump – born 10. 7. 1896 in Brettheim, Germany, died 21. 12. 1985 in Munich, Germany – graphic artist, typographer, type designer, painter, teacher. 1912–14: studies at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Stuttgart under J. V. Cissarz and from 1919–23 under F. H. E. Schneidler. 1926–29: professor at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Bielefeld. 1930–35: works with the H. Berthold AG type foundry in Berlin and from 1937 onwards with the C. E. Weber type foundry in Stuttgart. 1982: awarded a medal by the Type Directors Club of New York. His work has been exhibited in Gallery 303 in New York (1966), in the Stadtmuseum in Munich (1981) and in the Klingspor Museum in Offenbach (1983), among other venues. Trump initially worked in the style of "New Typography" but later adopted an individual, scriptural style.

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-First Televised Presidential Debates -Lasers Invented -Berlin Wall Built -JFK Gives "Man on the Moon" Speech -Peace Corps Founded -Andy Warhol Exhibits His Campbell's Soup Can -JFK Assassinated -March on Washington -Martin Luther King -Jr. Makes His "I Have a Dream" Speech -Beatles Become Popular in U.S. -Civil Rights Act Passes in U.S. -Nelson Mandela Sentenced to Life in Prison -Malcolm X Assassinated -Black Panther Party Established -First Kwanzaa Celebrated -Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinated-Neil Armstrong Becomes the First Man on the Moon

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Adrian Frutiger (born May 24, 1928 in Unterseen, Canton of Bern, Switzerland) is a typeface designer who influenced the direction of digital typography in the second half of the 20th century and into the 21st. He is best known for creating the Univers and Frutiger typefaces. Adrian Frutiger's first commercial typeface was Président — a set of titling capital letters with small, bracketed serifs, released in 1954. A calligraphic, informal, script face, Ondine ("wave" in French), also was released in 1954. In 1955, Méridien, a glyphic, old-style, serif text face was released. The typeface shows inspiration by Nicholas Jenson, and, in the Méridien type, Frutiger's ideas of letter construction, unity, and organic form, are first expressed together. In 1956, he designed his first-of-three, slab-serif typefaces — Egyptienne, on the Clarendon model; after Univers, it was the second, new text face to be commissioned for photocomposition.


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-Beatles Break Up -Computer Floppy Disks Introduced -Palestinian Group Hijacks Five Planes -Terrorists Attack at the Olympic Games in Munich-Watergate Scandal Begins -Sears Tower Built -U.S. Pulls Out of Vietnam -U.S. President Nixon Resigns -Microsoft Founded -First Ebola Virus Outbreaks Strike Sudan and Zaire -Tangshan Earthquake Kills Over 240,000 -Miniseries Roots Airs -South African Anti-Apartheid -Leader Steve Biko Tortured to Death -John Paul II Becomes Pope -Jonestown Massacre

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Warren Chappell (1904, Richmond, Virginia–1991, Charlottesville, Virginia) was an American illustrator, book and type designer, and author. He was a graduate of the University of Richmond, and then studied at the Art Students League of New York, under Boardman Robinson, where he later taught. After running his own studio in New York City for several years, Chappel traveled to Germany just before World War II to work at Stempel on the typeface Trajanus. He returned to the United States at the onset of the war, having seen only initial proofs. He first saw the completed typeface in Swedish design magazines during the war. He later devoted himself to book design and illustration and was closely associated with the firm of Alfred A. Knopf for which he designed many books. He also did illustrations for Random House, Harper & Row, and Doubleday. He was typography consultant to both the Book of the Month Club and American Type Founders. His design for the E. P. Dutton re-issues of A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh books are considered to be particularly elegant.

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1980s -Failed U.S. Rescue Attempt to Save Hostages in Tehran -John Lennon Assassinated -Mount St. Helens Erupts -Pac-Man Video Game Released -Assassination Attempt on U.S. President Reagan -New Plague Identified as AIDS -Personal Computers (PC) Introduced by IBM -Michael Jackson Releases Thriller -Vietnam War Memorial Opened in Washington, DC -Reagan Announces Defense Plan Called Star Wars -U.S. Embassy in Beirut Bombed -Huge Poison Gas Leak in Bhopal, India -Famine in Ethiopia -Hole in the Ozone Layer Discovered -Space Shuttle Challenger Explodes -Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster -Iran-Contra Scandal Unfolds -U.S. Bombs Libya -DNA First Used to Convict Criminals -New York Stock Exchange Suffers Huge Drop on "Black Monday" -Pan Am Flight 103 Is Bombed Over Lockerbie -U.S. Shoots Down Iranian Airliner

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Charles A. Bigelow (b. 1945, Detroit, Michigan) is an American type historian, professor, and designer. Bigelow grew up in the Detroit suburbs and attended the Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills. He received a MacArthur Fellowship in 1982. Along with Kris Holmes, he is the co-creator of Lucida and Wingdings font families. He runs the Bigelow and Holmes foundry. In mid-2006, Bigelow accepted the Melbert B. Cary Distinguished Professorship at Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Print Media.[

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-Hubble Telescope Launched Into Space -Nelson Mandela Freed -Copper Age Man Found Frozen in Glacier -Operation Desert Storm -Riots in Los Angeles After the Rodney King Verdict -Use of the Internet Grows Exponentially -World Trade Center Bombed -Nelson Mandela Elected President of South Africa -O.J. Simpson Arrested for Double Murder -Rwandan Genocide -Oklahoma City Bombing -Mad Cow Disease Hits Britain -Hale-Bopp Comet Visible -Pathfinder Sends Back Images of Mars -Princess Diana Dies in Car Crash -Scientists Clone Sheep -Tiger Woods Wins Masters -India and Pakistan Test Nuclear Weapons -U.S. President Clinton Impeached -Fear of Y2K Bug -JFK Jr. Dies in Plane Accident -Killing Spree at Columbine High School -NATO Attacks Serbia -"ILOVEYOU" Virus Hits Thousands of Computers -Microsoft Ordered to Split -Unclear Winner in U.S. Presidential Election

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Matthew Carter is probably the most widely read type designer in the world. His fonts, such as Verdana and Georgia, are on most people’s computers. His newspaper faces, notably the great Miller family, are among the most widely used across the world. Turning 70 this year, Matthew Carter has been in the business for five decades. During that time he has worked with virtually every type technology that has ever existed

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2000s -Mad Cow disease alarms Europe -Anthrax scare rivets nation, as anthraxlaced letters are sent to various media and government officials. Several die after handling the letters (October 5 et seq.). -In response to Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, U.S. and British forces launch bombing campaign against Taliban government and al-Qaeda terrorist camps in Afghanistan. -Space shuttle Columbia explodes, killing all seven astronauts -Four days after an appeals court upholds his death sentence, Saddan Hussein is hanged in Baghdad -Gunman kills six students and then himself and wounds 15 more when he opens fire on a classroom at Northern Illinois University.

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Hermann Zapf (born November 8, 1918) is a German typeface designer who lives in Darmstadt, Germany. He is married to calligrapher and typeface designer Gudrun Zapf von Hesse. Zapf's work, which includes Palatino and Optima, has been widely copied, often against his will. The best known example may be Monotype's Book Antiqua, which shipped with Microsoft Office and was widely considered a "knockoff" of Palatino. In 1993, Zapf resigned from ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale) over what he viewed as its hypocritical attitude toward unauthorized copying by prominent ATypI members. Zapf designed types for various stages of printing technology, including hot metal composition, phototypesetting (also called "cold type"), and finally digital typography for use in desktop publishing. His two most famous typefaces, Palatino and Optima, were designed in 1948 and 1952, respectively. Palatino was designed in conjunction with August Rosenberger, with careful attention to detail. It was named after 16th century Italian writing master Giambattista Palatino. Optima, a flared sans-serif, was released by Stempel in 1958. Zapf disliked its name, which was invented by the marketers at Stempel.


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermann_Zapf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_Frutiger http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Tschichold http://www.linotype.com/601/georgtrump.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_van_Krimpen http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Morison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Bigelow_%28type_designer%29 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Koch http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warren_Chappell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederic_Goudy http://www.linotype.com/396/fredericwgoudy.html


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JaRon Chapman Hatakej@yahoo.com 614-555-4369


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