How do I identify the 'partner site' or 'owner' of a record so that I can view the image?
I am getting the following for a record I wish to view: "Image Available - To view these images do one of the following: You may be able to view this image by visiting one of our partner's sites or the legal record custodian (fees may apply)." I've gone to https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/what-are-the-image-restrictions-in-historical-records and for this message, it says to, "View them on the partner site. If we know which site has the images, you see a link to it. Otherwise, search the FamilySearch Research Wiki to find a source of the information." It does not have a link, so I went to the Wiki, and have searched the sites for these record collections and have not been able to figure out where to view the images. From what I can tell, Family Search has the database with all the related images, so I'm not clear on why these are not viewable. I can view the same collection (Colombia, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1576-2018," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89ZY-GS41?cc=1726975&wc=C2V9-JWL%3A1044032901%2C1588875170%2C1044616102%2C1588875171 : 21 November 2015), Antioquia > Yalí > Nuestra Señora de los Dolores) for the time period 1918-1967, but not for 1874-1932, which is the set I need to view. Is there possibly an error of some kind that is preventing the images from being viewable? If not, how do I locate the partner site that has the record available for viewing?