A rare sighting of Square Gothic in use on the front of this album from 1954. The cover is designed by Mario Scheichenbauer, who was active as an album designer in the mid to late 1950s. Apparently, by the 1970s he was also an interior designer. He is probably better known for his design of the Yeti rocking chair made for the Elam furniture company in 1968.
The back cover uses the go-to album cover typefaces popular in the ’50s: Tempo, Bodoni, along with Square Gothic, plus a small bit of Copperplate Gothic.
A high-resolution cover as well as the audio recording can be found at archive.org. More details about this album are over on Discogs website.