About this font family
The Bitstream version of Letter Gothic, designed by Roger Roberson for IBM in 1956–62 for use on IBM electric typewriter.
It is a condensed, monospaced font resembling a typewriter face, suitable for tabular material. Primarily used for slide presentations and for word processing applications, Letter Gothic is very helpful for printing out software source listing, for informal office communications, and for tabular charts where alignment of columns is important. Besides, being a clear and easy-to-read font, Letter Gothic is popular now for display and advertising matters. More…
The Cyrillic version was developed for ParaType by Gayaneh Bagdasaryan.