III: Carleton Professor


Mount St. Helens, summer 1938.

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Mount St. Helens, summer 1938.
"The spell of Gould was upon Carleton before its generator assumed the presidency. Back of the spell were a ground-gripping body, broad and hirsute hands, leathern face outcropped with stubborn stubble, low-slung, tousled forelock, hearty manner, and lusty laugh. The total impression accorded well with tales of arctic exploration and lecture pictures of fur capote and huskies." [Carleton: The First Century, 1966]


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