“[…] designed by Robert Wiebking and first shown as Laclede Oldstyle by the Laclede Type Foundry in 1922. That foundry was acquired by BB&S shortly thereafter, and this face was recut under the Munder name […] In 1925–27 Wiebking added Munder Italic, Munder Bold, and Munder Bold Italic, all for BB&S.” — McGrew
Copied by Stephenson Blake as Verona, albeit with different italic and bold versions. [McGrew]
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