I'm trying to cite electoral rolls for Australia, which are on Ancestry. Some of them have a cover page so intend to cite the image first. I began to wonder if these were published or not. What I found from the National Library of Australia is that it appears that they were printed and available for public inspection to challenge eligibilty of other voters, but not with the intent to sell. (not sure if that meets the criteria for publication or not)
Looking at 9.3, I was curious why the examples in the book do not contain titles that are italicized or in enclosed in quotation marks?
In my case I copied the title from the cover-page and am not sure whether to italicize, put in quotation marks or leave as is. Appreciate your input.
Commonwealth of Australia, State of New South Wales, 1977 Joint Electoral roll for the Subdivision of Dee Why, Division of Mackellar, State Electoral Districk of Wakehurst, p. 43, col 2, entry for James Alexander Taylor; imaged from “Australia, Electoral Rolls, 1903-1980,” Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 22 September 2020), image 47; citing "Australian Electoral Commission".