S. H. Dagg - Photographer
Mussoorie & Allahabad, India
Although somewhat indistinct, this soldier's shoulder straps bear the badge of a light infantry battalion. There were several
different light infantry battalions station in India during the 1890s and since this soldier's shoulder insignia looks to consist of
a plain bugle and strings he may have been a member of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. His khaki
tunic has six bullet loops sewn above each of his tunic's pockets and these seem to have been an authorized field modification
as opposed to a standard issue feature.