Citation links for portraits
I work with museums to digitize their collections. One collection is a series of newspaper photographs that are all well documented, so I thought I'd try to connect them with descendants over FamilySearch.
Here's an example: George Henry Burdick From NYHeritage — FamilySearch.org
I ended up putting the link in a clumsy place (Description) because there was no other appropriate place for it. It's not that I need to drive traffic to nyheritage.org, because that's not why I'm doing this work, but because I end up getting messages over FamilySearch from descendants who say "I can tell this is a cropped photo; where's the rest of it?" or "do you have more like this?"
The trouble is, I still get those questions, even as I tried to make it clear that they can see as much information as the historical society has over at that link. Plus, it bothers me that I'm putting a link in the Description field because clearly that's not right.
So I humbly suggest you add some kind of field for external links or citations, for situations like this where historical collection stewards might want to proactively share their material with genealogists. Or - maybe there is such a place and I'm doing this all wrong, in which case, please correct me!