This face originated with Chicago’s Western Type Foundry in the 19th century. Western was absorbed in 1918 by BB&S, which was in turn absorbed by American Type Founders. This font bears the pinmark of BB&S, who renamed the face Bookman Bold. It is quite rare. The showing in McGrew was drawn from a specimen book, he evidently being unable to find any extant font from which to take a proof. A salute to our un-stumpable consultant George T. for the identification.
NOTE: After the photo was taken, it was noticed that four (4) of the lowercase A were wrong font, and these have been removed.