The women in this photograph are unidentified. Fortunately, the mount is stamped Clifton & Co., Bombay, indicating that the photo was taken at the studio founded in that city (Mumbai) by Harry Clifton Soundy (1863-1922).
At first I assumed the woman sitting at left was wearing a County or Branch badge of the British Red Cross. However, the shape of her badge is different, and I haven’t been able to identify it. My guess for a date of the photo would be 1900-1910. At least four prints were probably made–one for each sitter–so I hoped there might be a chance of finding another copy online, but I haven’t found one. This print came to me in 2019 from Philadelphia.
A note about the previous post: I’d like to thank Beverly Hallam and Valmay Young of FIBIS (Families in British India Society) for sharing a link to my post Who are these men? on the Society’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Since they did so on August 1, the blog post has been viewed more than 140 times by visitors from at least a dozen countries. So far, no one has identified any additional men in the photo, but I’m optimistic it’s just a matter of time!