1967 WOMDA Typewriter Typefaces: California Retyping Fonts

1967 Western Office Machine Dealer’s Association Typewriter typefaces. CRC was a company that would take in the dealer’s used stock of machines with worn, damaged or undesirable type and they’d replace the slugs with new ones. These are the typefaces that got put on probably many thousands of used typewriters of nearly any brand, so they can appear on pretty much any machine.

Updated: February 8, 2023 — 11:41 am

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