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F37 F51 Family

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F37 F51 Font Sampler

Alphabet
Thin
80pt
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Bold
200pt
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VOODOO RAY
Punctuation (Display)
Wide Medium
60pt
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Text
Extended Black
280pt
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SASHA
Text
Regular
80pt
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How Not To Run A Club by Peter Hook
Text
Extended Black
150pt
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HOOK & GRETTON & SAVILLE & WILSON

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F37 F51

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Weight
Regular
Size
80pt
Leading
70pt
Tracking
-10
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THE HAÇIENDA WAS A CLUB IN MANCHESTER.

The Haçienda became famous in the Madchester years of the 1980s and early 1990s. The nightclub is associated with the rise of acid house and rave music. Originally conceived by Rob Gretton, it was largely financed by the record label Factory Records and the band New Order along with label boss Tony Wilson. Designed by Ben Kelly, upon recommendation by Factory graphic designer Peter Saville, upstairs consisted of a stage, dance area, bar, cloakroom, cafeteria area and balcony with a DJ booth.