About Hut Sut Ralston Font
Hut Sut Ralston is licensed as Freeware, which means it is 100% free for both personal use and commercial use.
A modest little book from Gordon & George publishers of Seattle made its appearance in 1915. Its full, rather long-winded title was Presenting the Speed-Ball Pen: with Alphabets, Drawings and Designs Produced with This “Wizard of Lettercraft.” This rather zany font in based on a freehand two-stroke alphabet from that very book, and gets its name from one of many nonsense songs popular in the 1940s.
2 Font Styles
|Font Name||Hut Sut Ralston NF|
|Created||11/17/2006 9:39:57 PM|
|Modified||12/24/2006 8:40:22 PM|
|Created||7/28/2001 4:53:50 PM|
|Modified||7/28/2001 4:53:50 PM|