By using this Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms of Use. Voyage Through The Universe, Stars, Time-Life Books Inc, Amsterdam, 1988 ISBN 0705410722 p.
Graphic Design Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for Graphic Design professionals, students, and enthusiasts. I am trying to identify a font from a series of books by Time-Life that has gone out of print. OCR, image processing and correlation with font databases failed to return anything meaningful.
Note: We can narrow the search space to all typefaces that were designed before July 1990 since that was the year of publication. Edit: There are no PDF versions, or higher resolutions of this font from search results returned by Google, Bing or DuckDuckGo.

I don’t believe I’ve ever seen this particular variant before, but it is very similar to Linotype’s Egyptienne F™ and Bitstream’s Humanist Slabserif 712, which are almost identical (both based on a design by Adrian Frutiger from 1956). It’s impossible to tell, due to the small size and the pixelation of the text from the book, whether this is exactly the font used, but I don’t think it is.
They are very close, though, and I can’t find anything closer than Egyptienne on the regular font sites.
From this low-Earth-orbit view, it appears to be a version of Century, probably the ITC version.
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How can I avoid the embarrassment associated with needing a sabbatical for alcoholism and mental health treatment? Manually edited, thresholded and anti-aliased specimens but the results were disappointing. If you look very closely, you can see that the top-left terminal of the lowercase a in Egyptienne has no finial or serif and is more or less flush with the left of the bowl, making its upper counter fairly wide; in the book text, on the other hand, it seems to have a cusp or serif, and the upper counter is definitely narrower than the lower. It’s a slab, a (variant of a) relatively common one, too, whose name just refuses to come to me right now. Many of the letters are quite a different shape, and especially the lowercase y and the uppercase J make it clear that it’s a slab (or at least a slab-like serif).

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