¹Loy, W.E. (1898–1900): Designers and Engravers of Type. In The Inland Printer December 1898 (Schroeder) and August 1899 (Werner).
²Mullen, R.A. (2005): Recasting A Craft|St. Louis Typefounders Respond To Industrialization, page 144. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale.
P.S. Duh… In answer to your question <LOL!>, the caps-only version was revived by Andrew Leman. Please take a look at the dual-case one that Schroeder designed for the Pacific States TF—I’m sure you will like it!
Back then, italic faces were not intended to “pair” with romans. Since the producer chose the tradename, it probably “rode the coat-tails” of Central’s much heavier, highly stylized Victoria (designed and cut by Schroeder in 1886).
There is another specimen of super-spiffy Victoria on page 118 of Annenberg’s Journey (June 1886). It’s a condensed version of Atlanta#, which has been revived by Rick Muller and by P22 as Victorian Gothic.
Maybe you want to double your pleasures with both of these treasures?