The suggested citation at the end of the lesson has as the title of the record: "Record of Marriages, October 1, 1885 - December 31, 1889, Male, L - Z." My understanding is that the use of quotation marks signifies that the actual name of a record is being given rather than a generic description. I am wondering whether this is really the title of this volume, i.e., is this what we would find on the record's cover or spine or title page? Since there is no image of the volume's cover (or any title page), we really don't know. The website might have expressly told us that this was the actual title for the volume, but I couldn't find any such express statement. For all we know, "Record of Marriages, October 1, 1885 - December 31, 1889, Male, L - Z" is simply a description by the website's creator of what information is inside the volume. Given the number of years included and the fact that the marriages inside start in October (rather than January), I think it very unlikely that the volume has imprinted on it "Record of Marriages, October 1, 1885 - December 31, 1889, Male L - Z." My thought then is that the quotation marks should not be in the citation.