Origin unclear. Shown by Formatt as Program [Formatt 1974], in Castcraft’s 1981 addendum as Program Gothic [Fontastique Faces], and in Dan X. Solo’s Art Deco Display Alphabets (Dover Books, 1982) as Tuxedo. The unicase design comes with 1–3 alternates for most alphabetic characters.
Digitized by Dick Pape as DXS Tuxedo (2010, used for sample). See also Kryton.