I've been trying to track down a slightly bawdy typographical poem that I would guess dates to the mid-’60s. It uses the name of several typefaces, and the version I saw set the font name in the font in question (for which I will use caps):
"A SPARTAN BOOKMAN in his CLOISTER thought the ANCIENT world his oyster....."
"He wants to be befriended by VENUS BOLD EXTENDED."
Does anyone have this? I'd love to be able to share it with my students.