Sorry… The extensive response to this topic that I wrote a week or two ago is lost somewhere in a quagmire of things that recently went wrong with the management system for Replies. If it doesn’t turn up when this technical headache is cured, I may decide to rewrite it if interest is expressed.
In the meantime:
The short answer is that this face is beyond my research scope, so I’m not aware of a digital revival.
The long answer supports the theory that John F. Cumming, the only known type cutter in New England since 1891, quit employment by ATF Boston in late 1896, became a freelancer and cut an indistinguishable copy introduced by the H.C. Hansen TF (Boston) in 1902.
According to Mullen  and McGrew , Mid-Gothic was designed and cut in 1892 by Nicholas J. Werner for the Central TF or perhaps ATF St. Louis.