Books-A-Million Font

About Books-A-Million Font

Books-A-Million is an American bookstore chain that operates approximately 260 stores in 32 states. The chain was founded in 1917 in Florence, Alabama as a newsstand by Clyde W. Anderson.

The caps in the book chain’s logo resemble Eagle Bold. Eagle is a sans serif designed by Morris Fuller Benton and originated from the Blue Eagle logo of the National Recovery Association.

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Eagle Typeface in Use

In addition to Books-A-Million, Eagle typeface is also used in the following logos, movie posters or album covers, etc., including: Moonwalker (film), Paper Heart, The Onion, Junk of the Heart, Inditex, Persepolis, Green Mountain Coffee, Planes, Inside In/Inside Out, Nivea, The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

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