I am using a family letter as a source. It is several pages and covers different topics. In my work I'm writing about different topics, and separating those into paragraphs. I feel uncomfortable leaving a paragraph "naked" (uncited) so I site the source at the end of each, but consequently I'm ending up with a lot of Ibids. Can there be too many ibids? If I just did the citation at the end of 5 paragraphs, all of which draw on the same source, would it be a problem to have the earlier paragraphs uncited, or would/should a reader recognize that the source at the end of the 5 paragraphs refers to all the points?