I am currently working through immigration records relating to ships. I am seeing quite a few examples in which identifying the record requires citing a mixture of pre-printed text and handwritten text. Sometimes, the spelling of the handwritten text is also incorrect. I'm not sure how best to render this. I am torn between being faithful to what is written and ensuring that the citation is usable/readable (and not cluttered with annotations).
Here is one of my attempts in which I opted for stating the information in a way that the user knows they have the correct record. It does not reflect the presence of a mixture of printed and handwritten text, nor does it correct or highlight spelling errors.
"New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924," database with images, "S.S. Columbia sailing from Glasgow 10th March, 1906" [and] "Arriving at Port of New York Mch 20, 1906", folio 13 (stamped), line 26, entry for David Murison; FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9PT-F4XV?cc=1368704&wc=4FMB-7R8%3A1600312333: accessed 11 April 2019), Roll 677, vol 1480-1482, 19 Mar 1906 > image 516 of 739; citing NARA microfilm publication T715 and M237 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
The portion in question is:
"S.S. Columbia sailing from Glasgow 10th March, 1906" [and] "Arriving at Port of New York Mch 20, 1906"
I have attached an image of the portion of the record from which this was taken.