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Cheltenham is an old style serif typeface, designed in 1896 by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Ingalls Kimball for use by a New York publisher, the Cheltenham Press. Six years later Morris Fuller Benton at American Type Founders (ATF) developed it into a final design and then the series.
Cheltenham is not based on a single historical model, and shows influences of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Bold condensed and bold condensed italic variants are used for headlines by The New York Times.