A Tuscan with bifurcated serifs, distinguished by squarish counters. Shown in PLINC’s Alphabet Thesaurus Vol. 2 (1965) together with Aunt Dinah. In Uncle Remus, the counters aren’t rounded and the serifs unbracketed.
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