I purchased a booklet several years ago in PDF format published by a local historical society. It's supposed to be a transcription of an old store account book in which the owner logged marriages and deaths in a local town in NY. The original booklet is not paginated, contains no section headers, (nor is there any implied sections. Marriages and deaths are not chronological, alphabetical or even separated into 2 groups). I'm having a hard time putting together the citation.
This is what I have so far.
Marriages and Deaths (with comments) from the Account Book of Darling Whitney and Daniel Darling Whitney of Woodbury, Long Island, New York, 1808-1840: Towns of Huntington and Oyster Bay, (New York: Huntington American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1977, second printing, 1992) PDF, 11, entry for Maria White. This is a transcription from the original account book of Darling and Daniel Darling Whitney of Oyster Bay. "The transcribers have shown the “proper” spelling of an individual’s name when it was known to them, indicated by brackets. Information that was not in the original book but was included to the published version is underlined. There are no page numbers in the original book".
1. The booklet is unpaginated. Is it acceptable to substitute the PDF page number and then explain in a in the subsequent note that the original was not paginated?
2. Should I include the names of the three transcribers?