Font #2 in our Font Feature this week:

Another sans-serif like Helvetica, League Gothic is an adaptation of an earlier American Gothic typeface, Alternate Gothic No. 1, designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1903 for the American Typefounders Company.  The League of Moveable Type has released League Gothic as one of the many open-source fonts that they host.  In general, the American Gothic family is highly legible, making them useful for titles, signs, and logos.