February 27, 1904.
From the National Library of Ireland:
Think this may the photographic definition of a fine body of men, and there is some mighty moustache waxing in evidence here too. This is a group of sergeants (don’t know the collective term, but would like to hear your ideas!) at the Cavalry Barracks in Waterford. Any guesses (educated or otherwise) on whether the gentleman who may be Sergeant Murray in this 1909 photo from the same barracks is in this group?