Dr. Böger Photosatz GmbH was founded in 1934 by Marius Böger (or Boeger). They made photocopying machines. Later, as Scangraphic, they got into typesetting equipment and fonts. In 2004, their font designs were acquired by Elsner&Flake.
What set the company apart in the 60s and 70s was the neat range of inlined, outlined and shadowed fonts that they produced.
Steven Heller writes about the old days of burnishers and silicon backing sheets.
Source: Homage to Velvet Touch Lettering: Design Observer
Huge thanks to Robin Benson for posting scans of this classic promotional piece from Kimberly-Clark. What Robin didn’t know was that the Typemaniac was the model for “Mountain Man” featured on page 9.
Source: Past Print: How to be a successful designer / Kimberly-Clark / 1975