Found it at the site of the Minnesota Historical Society.
Col. Roosevelt, the son of President Theodore Roosevelt, is nearly center, in civilian clothes. He would go on to command troops at the Battle of Normandy on D-Day, winning the Medal of Honor, awarded posthumously. His father would later be awarded the Medal of Honor. Is this the only father-son MoH duo?
MHS records identify Col. Roosevelt and 13 other people in the photo, mostly the Scouts; alphabetically, they are: Baker, Curtis; Baker, Robert (brothers?); Haas, Frank; Hagman, R. J.; Jungwirth, Robert A.; Kehne, Clyde; Menz, C. J.; Nyman, David; Polanick, Alexander; Robertson, Donald; Roosevelt, Theodore [III]; Sommers, Charles; Torgerson, Gordon; White, Charles.
It would be interesting to know what the event was in 1932 that brought Roosevelt to St. Paul. It would be interesting to know what happened to those Scouts.
Update: Mr. Higginbotham found an account of Roosevelt’s trip in the April 1932 issue of Boys’ Life (see comments). Roosevelt was on his way to the Philippines, where he served as Governor-General, a post held earlier by William Howard Taft, Leonard Wood, and Henry L. Stimson, among others. Roosevelt was a member of the National Board of Boy Scouts of America; Scouts saw him off from New York, and greeted him at stops all the way to Seattle, where he boarded ship for the Philippines.