Fort Bliss cavalrymen
Fort Bliss Cavalrymen. Left to right: Sergeant Major Smythe, Sergeant Chales, mess sergeant of Troop A, Seventh Cavalry, Corporal Burleson, Troop B, Sergeant Boles and Private Stokesbury. The group of men are shown standing outside next to a railroad car. All are dressed in military uniform and hats, except for Sergeant Chales who isn't wearing a hat. Sergeant Boles has his leg propped up and is holding a small pot in his hand. The other men either have their hands in their pockets or their arms crossed. Everyone's looking at the camera and Corporal Burleson is the only one smiling.
Smythe (Sgt. Maj.)
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