Are these documents copies of hard paper originals or are they from a microfilm? Many years have past, it seems that they could have been stored on microfiche and sent to a printer for a paper copy. Mind you, I have no idea of what I am talking about.
Microfilm is a "hard copy" - literally a photograph of the orignalpage.
o, to "print" the microfilm copy, you are only "printing" a photograph (an exact image) of the original.
There is no way to change fonts from the original to the copy.
By the way, WHY DID Secretary Lehman sign John Kerry's Silver and Bronze Star citations - 15 years after the Vietnam War ended?
Microfilm or fiche stores an IMAGE of the original.
So fonts on the reproducing printer aren't an issue.