Andy Murdock, the editor of The Statesider travel blog, has been fascinated by fonts since he first got a Macintosh computer in 1984 that offered different fonts, many of them named for places.
Bored while in quarantine, Murdock decided to find out how many fonts were named for places in the US. He stopped at 222, although he admits that he could have kept searching for more, and placed them at their correct locations on a map. You can view his zoomable image here.
In addition to the map, he provides a list of fonts by state. West Virginia has only 1, but California has 23. Miss Cellania's home state of Kentucky has 3, including the deliciously named Kentuckyfried.
-via Marilyn Terrell