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Gould with a portrait of "Al Smith," his favorite sled dog from 1928-30.

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Gould with a portrait of "Al Smith," his favorite sled dog from 1928-30.
How did the adventurer feel about trading the thrills of the Antarctic for the tamer qualities of the classroom? "I had to choose between exploring and teaching as my life work," he told the Carletonian in 1933. "I've decided that teaching is my vocation; exploring is just an avocation."

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