a picture alphabet font details

The a picture alphabet font was uploaded to eFonts.co on 15th November 2013 and has been downloaded 110 times. The font can be downloaded free of charge with a license of - Free for Personal Use. The a picture alphabet font is currently located in the Decorative, Fontbats category. Below you'll be able to view information about the a picture alphabet font, such as: character map, author notes and any relevant copyright information. The author of this font ( Steven J. Lundeen ) has uploaded 16 fonts, view them all here.


Category: Decorative, Fontbats
a picture alphabet by Steven J. Lundeen
Free for Personal Use Uploaded: 15 November 2013 Download Font 110 downloads

Character Map

character map

Author Notes

a tip of the hat to you and yours,
and thank you for downloading "a picture alphabet",
yet another freeware clipfont from the folks at ecf.

----
and i, a lonely vintner,
and she, the lovely oyster girl,
and this, a velvet night as pure and soft as any in song ...
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"a picture alphabet" is a windows95 truetype font 
digitized from a collection of public domain woodcuts, circa 1834,
in march of 1997
by steven j. lundeen,
emerald city fontwerks, 
seattle, washington, usa.

this clipfont has been made available as freeware,
and no restrictions have been placed on its distribution or use.

however,
the font author has included this readme file,
which includes the alphabet's original poem,
and encourages all users to keep these two files together.


---"a picture alphabet"---

A was an archer, 
	who shot at a frog;
B was a butcher, 
	who had a great dog;
C was a captain,
	all covered with lace;
D was a drunkard,
	and had a red face;
E was an esquire,
	with pride on his brow;
F was a farmer,
	and followed the plough;
G was a gamester,
	who had but ill-luck;
H was a hunter,
	and hunted a buck;
I was an innkeeper,
	who loved to carouse;
J was a joiner,
	 and built up a house;
K was King William,
	once governed the land;
L was a lady,
	who had a white hand;
M was a miser,
	and hoarded up gold;
N was a nobleman,
	gallant and bold;
O was an oyster girl,
	and went about town;
P was a parson,
	and wore a black gown;
Q was a queen,
	who wore a silk slip;
R was a robber,
	and wanted a whip;
S was a sailor,
	and spent all he got;
T was a tinker,
	and mended a pot;
U was a userer,
	a miserable elf;
V was a vintner,
	who drank all himself;
W was a watchman,
	and guarded the door;
X was expensive,
	and so became poor;
Y was a youth,
	that did not love school;
Z was a zany,
	a poor harmless fool.
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Font

Designer Name: Steven J. Lundeen
License: Free for Personal Use

Font Information

Copyright Notice a picture alphabet, circa 1834, digitized from public domain woodcuts --- 1997 by steven j. lundeen, emerald city fontwerks, seattle, wa (manarts@seanet.com)
Font Family Name a picture alphabet
Font Subfamily Name Regular
Unique Font Identifier a picture alphabet, emerald city fontwerks clipfont #58
Full Font Name a picture alphabet
Version v1.0 4/4/97
Postscript Name Apicturealphabet
Number of Glyphs 30 - View Complete Character Map

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