Would this be the correct usage in Chicago note style?

[1] Smith, My New Book, chap. 2, especially pages 32–36, 41; Rogers, Really Important Text, 117.

The reason I ask is the usage of 'pages' in the middle of the footnote like that. I'm not sure if the word pages or pp. or anything should be used there at all. Given that chap. has been used to refer to chapter 2, I'm confused as to what the protocol would be. I know that had I just written, for instance:

[1] Smith, My New Book, 32–36, 41; Rogers, Really Important Text, 117.

There would be nothing written aside from the numbers.

Thanks very much for the help!

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