Would you clarify a small issue for me regarding the ordering of information for newspaper articles?
I tend to have many reference to a newspaper of a particular name. So; I prefer to emphasize the newspaper, rather than the article title. In a previous post, you addressed a case in which there was no author. However; I do have some cases that have an author and want to place it in the appropriate position.
If I use the example from Section 14.22, "Newspaper Articles (Online Images)," would I maintain the position of the author, relative to the title, and make it look like this? (Note: I understand that it is normal to remove the word, "The," from a newspaper's name.)
Source List Entry
Pennsylvania. Indiana. Indiana Democrat, 1930–36.
First Reference Note
1. Indiana (Pennsylvania) Democrat, 3 June 1936, p. 3, cols. 5–7, William C. Utley, “Vigilantes War on Rural Crime”; image copy, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 1 April 2015), Historical Newspaper Collection.
11. Indiana (Pennsylvania) Democrat, 3 June 1936, p. 3, cols. 5–7.
One last question... It seems that the name of the collection should be in quotes. Is there a reason why this is not done in this case?