- Designed in 1989 by the American architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue (awesome name!) for the private use of the New York-based Cheltenham Press.
- Redesigned in 1902 by the American Type Founders' influential Morris Fuller Benton.
- Adopted as a headline typeface for The New York Times around 1906.
- Digitized in the 70s although with contestable results.
- Reworked in 2003 by Matthew Carter for The New York Times.
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