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Saw this on some old Boy scout handbooks at a thrift shop, and finally saw it to reference. Anyone? Thanks. - c
Thanks oldnick. While I think that's very close, I don't think that's exactly it. Those seem to have a gill sans-esque sharp curved stroke ending to them. I think this typeface's stroke endings are all straight and blocky.
I guess—hell, I know—your eyes are a lot better than mine, but the roundness you see may be the result of smooth anti-aliasing or a rounded stroke added to the font...
Here is another sample of the font I believe. Any help with this one?
"Meyer's" > http://www.mrsmeyers.com
Keep in mind that it can always be lettering, not a font – especially with logos. ‘Mrs. Meyer’s’ is based on a popular American lettering style. The typefaces Nick mentioned are very much in this vein. More alternatives in this list. You can get pretty close with LTC Tourist Gothic Alternate.
Thanks. Morgan Poster and Pacifico are pretty damn close to what I was looking for. I really appreciate it. - c