The item I'm trying to cite is a digital reprint of a numbered copy of a well-known self-published book. The original author is deceased and the rights have passed to a regimental museum, which allowed a study group to publish the book on the Internet Archive. Therefor, the reprinted copy contains a few pages of lead-in showing provenance and copyright information. In all other respects it is a true copy of the original.
I've tried to incorporate the guidance of several examples from the EE book in creating the following proposed citation. So, I may not have addressed this exactly as I should. Suggestions would be appreciated.
John F. Meek, Over the Top: Canadian Infantry in the First World War (Orangeville, Ontario: John F. Meek [7–3rd Avenue, Orangeville, Ontario], 1971), copy no. 122, [insert page no.]; PDF reprint by Richard V. Laughton, February 2013; download <i>Internet Archive</i> (https://archive.org).
Meek, Over the Top, copy no. 122, [insert page no.].
Meek, John F. Over the Top: Canadian Infantry in the First World War. Copy no. 122. Orangeville, Ontario. John F. Meek [7–3rd Avenue]. 1971.