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Adobe Garamond Pro, with the tracking reduced to -25 and the horizontal scale set to about 80%
Best match for this will be Revue Hope this helps
It's called Fira Mono [Examples] [Download] font-family: "Fira Mono","Source Code Pro",monospace; The letterspacing issue is also fixed with CSS: letter-spacing: -0.0625rem; word-spacing: -0.125rem;
This type will be Linolschrift Font Family
It could be probably CREAMPUFF font:
10 sec answer via myfonts: Parisine Plus Std Regular
It took a bit of searching but I eventually identified this font. It is Atlantic Inline Normal.
That would be Avant Garde Gothic - the 'R' glyph is the giveaway:
Ceefin is correct that it's definitely Garamond. To get a bit nit-picky, however, it's not likely Adobe Garamond--if the ad in question is late 70s/early 80s--as Adobe didn't exist until 1982, and Adobe Garamond wasn't released until much much later. As for Garamonds that were in use then, ITC Garamond is a good bet, being released in 1975: Note that ...
It probably Herald Square NF Font
That is American Typewriter Italic: It's obviously been slightly modified and then tracked tightly (which is somewhat silly if you want to be pedantic about it as the typeface is based on common typewriter fonts which were traditionally monospaced and never capable of being tracked like this).
I believe this font is Menlo from the Mac Terminal hence why all the terminal code is in the screen shots: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menlo_(typeface) Can be found here: http://trilliumprints.com/Font/M/menlo-font.html
That's Sketch Rockwell from Urban Fonts or Sketch Block from DaFont.
Probably, it is bookman-old-style font or some of CASLONs fonts -
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