Bloomfield Abundance (Floribunda) [Sylvia x Dorothy Page-Roberts] 'Sylvia', in this case, was a Wichuraiana hybrid, rather than the sport of 'Golden Gleam'.
American Rose Annual 5:36 (1920)
The Practical Book of Outdoor Rose Growing (1920) by George C. Thomas, Jr.
"Bloomfield Abundance is a low hedge rose or, if not cut back, a five to six foot pillar rose; does not winter kill; blooms in sprays; something like Cecile Brunner only larger; color salmon pink; it is double and lasting; blooms continuously and prolifically from June to frost; foliage nearly perfect, dark green varnished. A dainty little rose and absolutely new."