The first Century™ Schoolbook fonts were cut by Linn Boyd Benton working with T. L. De Vinne for Century magazine to replace the unsuitable face they had used previously. This was followed a few years later, at the turn of the century, by Century Expanded. It was Morris Fuller Benton, who made several other versions of Century™, who also made several versions Schoolbook for ATF, starting in about 1919. The best known Century Schoolbook fonts appeared in 1924. This face does the job it was meant to do very well. Century Schoolbook fonts are round, open, and sturdy, and although heavier in appearance than many other serif fonts, Regular Century™ Schoolbook fonts comes near the top of the list of no-nonsense text fonts that will withstand a lot of punishment. Generations of children learned to read with this font. Century Schoolbook Fonts Character Set: Latin-1, WGL Pan-European (Eastern Europe, Cyrillic, Greek and Turkish).