Is this a good way to cite her passport?

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I stumbled across and photographed the 1932 passport of Anna K (Kieselmann) Anderson yesterday at a flea market (and unfortunately did not purchase it). I also didn't catch the name of the seller.

Do you think that this is a good way to cite the passport? Would it be different if I didn't have pictures to back it up?

"From her passport dated 2 Feb 1932, found while being sold at the Brimfield Flea Markets, Brimfield, Massachusetts on 7 September 2019. Her passport was Number 461931."
WikiTree profile: Anna Anderson
in Policy and Style by Liz Marshall G2G6 Mach 7 (76.6k points)
Looks good. Might add "owner of passport not recorded."
Looks great Liz, so long as you cover the who/what/where/when/why/how of a document, it is a good source.
Thanks, SJ and Jillaine! :) I wonder if anyone bought her passport, or if it is traveling onward? Last day of the flea market was today.

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+1 vote
Sounds legit to me.
by Jonathan Wilson G2G6 (7.7k points)

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