hershey – Experiments with the Hershey fonts
The Hershey fonts were developed by the US government, and are freely available. The present bundle shows the outcome of some work on making the fonts usable as system fonts, with a view (eventually) to their use in typesetting programs.
The directory contains a number of METAFONT sources, but not all will actually compile.
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (130.6k).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- cmpica: A Computer Modern Pica variant
- universa: Herbert Bayer's 'universal' font
- bbding: A symbol (dingbat) font and LaTeX macros for its use
- cirth: Fonts for Cirth