|Unk Utica, NY Woman|
|W. C. North Photographer|
The second subject identified as Aunt Cornelia Natter or Walter was photographed between August 1864 and August 1866 as evidenced by the revenue stamp on the back. I believe the last name is Walter, but I did not have any luck finding information on either name. There are a number of Cornelia Walters on Ancestry.com, but none seem to match the age range for this particular woman. The photographer was Rhoad's New Photograph Gallery located at 1800 Frankford Road, Philadephia. Rhoads was William H. Rhoads.
The third woman is identified (on the front in pencil) as Mrs. Robert Neely and was photographed in May of 1865 by L. Vanderbie, Photographer of Plattesville, Wis. Vandervie appears to have initialed the revenue stamp on the back of the photo. Does this woman appear to be 37 years old to you? If so, this is probably Helen Neely born ca 1828 in New York, wife of Robert Neely and in the 1870 Plattesville, Grant County, Wisconsin census, the mother of 7 children ages 18 years to 1 year old.
Lastly, we have an unidentified woman who sat for Cadwallader & Tappen's, Gallery of Art, Front St. over the Bank in Marietta, O. most likely in the late 1860's. She is quite young, possibly in her teens and note her hair is pulled back at the nape in a snood. Cadwallader was John Dallas Cadwallader (1828 - 1905) born in Pennsylvania, ambrotypist and daguerreian in the 1850's in Ohio and Kentucky.