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This is my first post and I hope it's in the right place. I am trying to identify the typefaces used in "The Sun" (NYC: 1835-196), the daily newspaper in which "Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus" first appeared in 1897. I am specifically looking for the body and headlines....school project here at California College of the Arts.
Here is an example a standard page, as preserved by Chronicling America:
An explanatory article of the "new" Sun's typography
And the wiki article about the paper:
The body text to be close to Bookman Oldstyle or even Clarendon, but I am TOTALLY stumped on the headlines.