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Frederic Goudy was a very prolific type designer whose designs include Copperplate Gothic, Kennerly and Goudy Oldstyle. He was a freelance designer in Chicago at the turn of the century and taught at the Frank Holme School of Illustration. Among his students was W. A. Dwiggins. He relocated to New York in 1906 and in 1920 was appointed consultant to Lanston Monotype Corporation. In 1923 he established the Village Letter Foundry at Marlboro on the Hudson River. His books include The Alphabet, Elements of Lettering and Typologia.
In 1921 he served as President of the AIGA. He was awarded the AIGA Medal in 1928 and served on the board in 1935.


April 1935
February 1937
August 1937

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