This is a follow on to a previous topic (Browsable Images @ Family Search):
I've attempted to follow the advice given for that topic for a naturalization citation. The FamilySearch record is from a digital film, but not from a database or collection title. Unlike the above example, it has a catalog record title that does not indicate the location for the document. FamilySearch does not suggest a citation. There is a sufficiently descriptive title for the document on one of the first images. The following is my attempt at the citation.
District Court (Ward, North Dakota), "North Dakota Ward County Naturalization Records 1886 through 1903", v. 5, p. 72, declaration of intention for Anders H. Melbo, 13 December 1902; imaged, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSMY-YCZY : downloaded 14 January 2022), image 799 of 835; imaged from FHL digital film 7787016, citing State Historical Society of North Dakota.
All of the reference information in layer 1 can be obtained from the actual record image #799 and the title image #5. Is it too redundant to write both (Ward, North Dakota) and "North Dakota Ward County..."?
For layer 2, the URL points directly to the document image of interest. Under the Information tab, the catalog record title is, Declarations of intention, 1886-1954, which does not mention the state or county. Maybe it is not important as layer 1 covers that. Since it isn't a collection title and FamilySearch does not suggest a citation, I interpreted that I should not use the catalog record in the position of the collection or database name.
For layer 3 where the FHL digital film is given, the Information tab also identifies the digital film Item Number, Item 5, and Film/Digital Note, Declarations, v. 5 (or E), Oct 1902-July 1903 (index for A-E). Should those be listed after the film number? I added, citing State Historical Society of North Dakota, because that shows on all of the images.
Your comments are always appreciated.