If you know who the faucet manufacturer is/was, but can't find what you need in Redwood's catalogue, then...
Kissler is a major plumbing parts wholesaler in the US. They import a lot of plumbing parts that were formerly manufactured offshore before the faucet was discontinued or the company went belly up. They also manufacturer many of the brass plumbing parts themselves for discontinued and obsolete faucets. (For example, the American Brass Company went out of business in 1960, but Kissler still makes bronze seats for it's tub and shower faucets. Ditto for Crane two handle Dial-ese T&S faucets which haven't been produced for at least 10 years now.) Kissler has a $250 minimum order, so you won't be buying directly from them. You'll have to order the diverter through one of their retailers like Sexauer or Handyman Hank's. You live in New York, so you should be able to find one of their retailers locally. (I have to import some of the Kissler parts I need from the nearest retailer to me, which is in Minnesota.) Click on any of the online catalogues to download:
Kissler & Company Inc. - Downloads
I'm on dial-up with a 33K modem (which was considered "fast" at one time), and it takes me about an hour to download their 23 MB faucet stems catalogue. So, whenever I download another Kissler catalogue, I burn it onto a dedicated "Kissler" CD so I have it readily available.