I've tried to follow the lead of the example for, "Newspaper Articles (Online Images)," p. 808, 3rd ed., Evidence Explained.
However; I have some questions about citing the situation in which there is no author, an inadequate title and no parent collection.
Here is my attempt at citing such a case:
Source List Entry
Ontario. Ottawa. The Ottawa Citizen, 1898-2019.
First Reference Note
Obituary of Albert Gauthier (d. 9 November 1999), The Ottawa (Ontario) Citizen, 12 February 1999, p. D18, col. 6; image copy, Newspapers.com (https://www.newspapers.com : downloaded 6 June 2019). The identifier, 219921, is shown below obituary.
Obituary of Albert Gauthier (d. 9 November 1999), The Ottawa (Ontario) Citizen, 12 February 1999.
1) I believe it is permissible to construct ones own title, when there is no title. In this case there is a title of sorts, simply "GAUTHIER, Albert." In my opinion, it is not sufficiently descriptive for use as a title. Is it permissible to substitute ones own title, providing it is not put between double quotes?
2) The source, Newspapers.com, is searched as one large collection. Unlike the example in EE, there is no collection name to append to the end of the first reference note. I believe this should be acceptable. Is it?
3) I have the concern that the subsequent note might not be unique, if I just used the title of the item (there is no author to add). In my collection of articles, I also have an obituary for Albert Gauthier from another paper. As such, I added the balance of the first clause of the first reference note to ensure uniqueness Is this acceptable. Is there a better way to address this issue?