So I'm designing an Odia font based on old letterpress types from early 1900s. Matching Latin isnt exactly necessary but would be nice to have. Those old books used a variety of Latin types but I believe this one is keeping well with the classic looks. Another requirement is font should ideally be OFL licensed so I can incorporate it in my font. I have tried several of the identifier sites, but most of them barely match.
The tilted 'e' suggests this is one of several types from the late nineteenth/early twentieth century influenced by the roman type of Nicolas Jenson in Venice. That was quite a large group, some were lighter in style, some more robust.
Bruce Rogers' Centaur is a typeface in this genre which has an open-source digitization called Museum. It's a lot lighter than this sample which has a pretty dark type color, but it's my closest recommendation. If you responded more to the overall look you might consider Cardo.