Speaking at a Symposium in Rochester, 1964.
A shift in politics.
At Carleton's Centennial Science Symposium, 1966.
At the Centennial Science Symposium, October 1966.
Chatting with his successor, President John W. Nason, at a reception in Gould's honor, fall 1966.
Beside statue of Admiral Byrd at Antarctica's McMurdo Station, during 1969 trip.
South Pole, November 29, 1969.
Arthropodichnus Gouldi, December 1969.
Larry Gould, 1971.
The Bellingshausen-Lazarev Medal.
Carleton Commencement, 1971.
In 1971 the University of Arizona created its College of Earth Sciences, with Gould serving initially as its acting director.
A tribute from the Carleton Trustees, June 15, 1962.
A 1973 return to campus for dedication of the geology library in honor of protegee Duncan Stewart.
SCAR Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1974.
Carleton College, 1975.
"G2V", the Goulds' summer cabin near Jackson Hole, Wyoming.