A capital Tuscan alphabet (A–Z) with bifurcated serifs, mid-height spurs, and thin SE split shade. Drawn by Alex Stocker in 1954 and shown in Lettera 1 (1954) as Juanita.
Phototype adaptations are shown in a ca. late-1970s Typeshop catalog (as Juan, without shade) and in the 1992 Solotype catalog as Juanita and Juanita Plain (w/o shade). Digitized as HFF Young Wanna (Have Fun with Fonts, 2012, with Plain), based on a showing in Dan X. Solo’s Condensed Alphabets. 100 Complete Fonts (Dover, 1986).