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In the 1930s, the Newberry designed its own typeface to make it easier for librarians to identify book titles in dimly lit rows of shelving. Once complete, the pieces of type could be used by typesetters in the Newberry Bindery to title new book bindings.

In the 1930s, the Newberry designed its own typeface to make it easier for librarians to identify book titles in dimly lit rows of shelving. Once complete, the pieces of type could be used by typesetters in the Newberry Bindery to title new book bindings.