tl;dr: Yes, but...
In general, the dissertation can be organized as needed to convey the information in the best way possible for the reader. Your structure is common in many fields. Proactive communication with your advisor and rest of committee should provide the definitive answer for you individually.
As noted in the comments, if your dissertation includes 3 published papers, it is common to wrap this with a broad intro & conclusion. Inclusion of additional material beyond that may be discretionary.
An obvious caveat is that committee must be on board, though this usually amounts to the chair (or co-chairs) being on board with your organization. As typical for things like this, the answer individually depends on your specific research, your writing ability, your committee, and your departmental or institutional policies.
While you could look at previous dissertations (related & recent) from your department, note that this isn't an authoritative perspective for what yours has to look like.
As for References, I have seen dissertations with References at the end of each chapter, and others with one large Reference section for the entire document. I personally prefer the former, but this is largely up to you and your advisor.