The Chicago Manual of Style offers two distinct documentation methods, one for the humanities (Notes and Bibliography system) and one for the sciences (Author-Date system). This guide presumes you're using the Notes & Bibliography format, as is common for Lone Star College classes.
1. Barbara Erhlich White, "Renoir's Trip to Italy," Art Bulletin 51, no. 4 (1969): 333-51, http://www.jstor.org/stable/3048651
2. ibid.: 341.
3. The House Book. (London: Phaidon, 2001), 45.
4. White, "Renoir's Trip," 344.
The House Book. London: Phaidon, 2001.
White, Barbara Ehrlich. "Renoir's Trip to Italy." Art Bulletin 51, no. 4 (1969): 333-51. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3048651
The second (or subsequent) time a resource is referenced, use a shortened form of the citation. The short form should include the last name of the author, a brief form of the title (three to four words), and the page number. For example:
95. Miller, Quest, 81.
If the resource is cited a second time immediately following a citation (full or shortened) then use ibid. If the page number referenced is the same, no page number is needed. If a different page number is referenced, ibid. should be followed by the page number. For example:
5. Farmwinkle, Humor of the Midwest, 241.
6. Ibid., 258-59.
8. Ibid., 333-34.