About this font family
Popular music of the early 1900s included a genre called two step; round dances utilizing a sliding step with a tempo in either march or polka time.
1911’s “Daughters of the American Revolution” was one such march/two step. The cover of the sheet music had the title hand lettered in a slightly rounded sans serif type design in the Art Nouveau style popular during that era.
It is now available as Two Step Nouveau JNL, in both regular and oblique versions.