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Emily Austin Font

Emily Austin is modeled after the penmanship of Emily Margaret Austin (Bryan) Perry, an early Texas colonist along with her brother, Stephen F. Austin, for whom the state capital was named. Specimens were letters dating from 1837 until 1851, the

Houston Pen Font

Houston Pen replicates the handwriting of Sam Houston, perhaps the most famous Texan, in letters dating from the 1830s to the late-1850s. Much like the man himself, Houston’s handwriting stood fairly large on the page and had a distinctive flourish

Lamar Pen Font

Lamar Pen gets its name from Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar, whose penmanship it’s modeled after. Lamar, born in Georgia in 1798, migrated in 1835 to Texas, where he supported—and the following year fought for—the then-Mexican province’s independence. He stuck around, too,

Prints Charming Font

Many of the Prints Charming™ individual character designs are based on script letters which were originally created by assorted New York typographers during the 1940s and 50s and 60s, with some flourish variations added. Some of the best aspects of