unk, unk, Homer Atkins Jr., Kenneth Wheeler, unk, Andrew Crown
Warren Brown, Homer Atkins Sr., Jackson Carr, unk, unk, unk
The attached note also mentioned that Atkins Jr was Commander and Wheeler was Vice-Comm in the photo. On a list of Department Commanders, Homer Atkins Jr held that position in 1948. Kenneth Wheeler, in an article printed in the Hillsborough Messenger on 18 Nov, 1948 (pg 1), was SVC at this time. He would be elected Commander the following year.
Homer L. Atkins Sr. and his son, Homer L. Atkins, Jr. were both from Camp 4 in Troy. The father held the top Department seat in 1943 and in 1950, while his son led the New Hampshire Brothers only in 1948.
Kenneth T. Wheeler belonged to Camp 38 in Milford, and was DC in 1949 and 1976. His wife, Emma (Yeaton) Wheeler, was the Dep't President of the Auxiliary in '49.
Andrew Crown was perhaps the man from Troy, NH, a WWI veteran, though newspaper searches failed to find anything about him in relation to the SUVCW. Maybe the photo was mislabeled, and this is actually Andrew J Crooker of Hillsborough? He was a Son, and held many officer positions in the Thomas Carr Camp. He was elected DC in 1957, dying the following April.
Jackson Crooker Carr was a Hillsborough man, and belonged to Camp 15. He was Department Secretary-Treasurer in 1948. He served as DC in 1922.
Warren C. Brown of Troy was a long time member of the Sons. In 1902, when the Thomas M. Carr Camp, No. 15, was organized, he was serving as Department Secretary. In 1904, he was Commander.
Sadly, this still leaves six men in the above photo unnamed. Hopefully, a record of the 1948 proceedings of the annual encampment can be found, and the other officers can be identified.