Here's a great Civil War photo album & medal from the same Pennsylvania family from Western Chester County near the Lancaster County border. Included are 42 carte-de-visites and 19 tintypes plus a bronze veteran's medal from the 97th Pennsylvania Infantry, recruited in Chester County. I count at least five different Civil War soldiers plus a number of individuals who are identified by name and some dignitaries/historical figures.Most of the backmarks are from western Chester County, the City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania or Philadelphia. Here are the images of note as they appear in order in the album. Full length image of a Union soldier with officer's slouch hat, 12th Corps badge on hat and shell jacket, service? Stripes on cuffs; Philadelphia backmark. Civil War soldier sitting with another man, American flag in background, no backmark. Woman opposite these two men identified as "Susan Heidelbaugh Keene". Engraved portrait of General George Gordon Meade. Engraved portrait of General Grant & wife Julia Grant.
Woman identified as "Susan Pickell". Baby sitting in 1860s chair opposite her identified only as "Campbell".
Abraham Lincoln bust photo w/Philadelphia backmark. Mary Todd Lincoln bust photo w/Philadelphia backmark. Tintype of woman standing in Civil War era dress with husband wearing Civil War uniform seated, tents in background. Milton Heidelbaugh is identified in the next photo, civilian bust portrait, Lancaster PA backmark. Milton C Heidelbaugh was a veteran of the Civil War having served in the Union Army in Company C, 50th Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry.
He served under Colonel Emlin Franklin during the Civil War and fought in the Battle of Gettysburg. From 1885 to 1901 he was a member of the State Legislature and was elected as State Senator in 1901. He died while serving in the Pennsylvania Senate. An old man identified as "William Ferree" with Engle & Furlong backmark (no location specified). A baby identified as J.A woman opposite holding a baby identified as Kate? Tintype of couple identified as "Frank and Lois Pickell". A Civil War Union soldier wearing great coat and cavalry boots, Washington DC backmark.
A seated woman from the 1860s identified as "Harriet Pickell Campbell". Clearly this is a genealogical research project so I will let others figure out who is who.