I think I have this citation finally figured out, but would like a second opinion, please. I was searching for images of pin boys for a story that I am writing about my dad's first job. After opening many different links, I stumbled across this image. (https://catalog.archives.gov/id/540708) At first I was tempted to just download the photograph, but a little voice kept saying cite the source. So, I began making an attempt to understand what I found.
Looking over the page, I believe I am looking at a photograph titled, "Bowling alleys in recreation hall. Jewell Ridge Coal Company, Jewell Ridge Mine, Jewell Ridge, Tazewell County, Virginia", which is found in the National Archive's collection of Records of the Solid Fuels Administration for War, 1937-1948. It is a group of photographs taken in 1946 when the Dept. of Interior and the United Mine Workers joined forces to survey the medical, health and housing conditions in coal communities. Anyway, here is the citation that I created based off what I understand from Quick Lesson 4 and Evidence Explained 11.11. I have no idea how to even find this photograph again so the link to the exact image is in the citation. Even though my reading did not indicate including the photographer, I felt like that information needed to be included. Any thoughts on this citation would be much appreciated.
"Bowling alleys in recreation hall. Jewell Ridge Coal Company, Jewell Ridge Mine, Jewell Ridge, Tazewell County, Virginia", 8 August 1946; Lee, Russell (1903-1986), photographer; Photographs of the Medical Survey of the Bituminous Coal Industry, 1946-1947 Series; Records of the Solid Fuels Administration for War, 1937-1948 (Record Group 245); National Archives - College Park (https://catalog.archives.gov/id/540708 : downloaded 9 January 2022)