Boy Scout 1967 Type


I am interested in ID-ing the typeface (or, better, its modern font equivalent) for both the bold caps sans-serif and the body text sans-serif used in this cool 1967 boyscout "Camp Tenderfoot Scoreboard." Thank you!


But the a is wrong. Have to check Intertype Vogue and a few others.

a is right for Vogue Sans

Tail on _g_ is too short for Futura, but fits Vogue Sans. But other Letters in Vogue Sans like _C_ and _M_ don't fit ... a 1967 puzzle.

It is likely Vogue Sans.

Notice in this image (If I do this correctly), There are alternates for C and M among others.


I do believe you have found the final piece to the puzzle. This specimen chart seems to confirms our preliminary view that the _Tenderfoot Scoreboard_ of 1967 is Vogue Sans.


The Boy Scouts of America, in bold, reminds me of Tempo, mostly because of the S, A, R and the M. The body text looks like Vogue. This layout might consist of the two, which is an odd idea. That would almost be like a layout featuring both Futura and Kabel.