Bernadine Morris inspecting the work of the designer James Galanos during an interview with him for The New York Times at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan in 1974.
Carole Hart, second from left, in December with Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue (Ms. Thomas’s husband) and the children’s book author and illustrator Peter H. Reynolds at a screening of the trailer for the animated Christmas musical “Shirah of Bethlehem.” Ms. Hart had been working on the project at her death.
Alan Rabinowitz with two Siberian tigers at the Bronx Zoo in 2007. He established the world’s first jaguar preserve, in Belize, and a vast tiger preserve in Myanmar.
Queeneth Ndaba in an undated photo. In the face of apartheid, she worked to keep Johannesburg’s most influential home of art and culture alive.
Andrew Balducci in the store Balducci’s in Greenwich Village in an undated photograph. He was the driving force behind the expansion of business from a Brooklyn pushcart to a dominant epicurean emporium.
Ruth Ann Koesun with John Kriza in Michael Kidd’s “On Stage!” in 1947.
Joan Wile protesting in New York in an undated photograph.
The director Michael Anderson with Sophia Loren on the set of his thriller “Operation Crossbow” in 1964.
Jens C. Skou of Denmark received an ovation after being presented with the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in Stockholm on Dec. 10, 1997.
William S. Beinecke waged a decades-long but successful campaign to persuade Yale University to create a business school.
Anne Donovan was a star at Old Dominion, a major power in women’s basketball, and later coached there.
Mickey Jones played the marijuana dealer Rodney Dunham in the FX crime drama “Justified.”
Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld, a cardiologist, author and Fox News host, in 2005.
Roy J. Glauber at Harvard in 2005, the year he was awarded a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Through his theory on the behavior of light, he was able to explain the differences between the diffuse light of a light bulb and the intense beam of a laser.
Jerry Yellin, who flew a combat mission over Japan in his plane Dorrie R on the day Emperor Hirohito surrendered, at Culpeper Regional Airport in Virginia in May 2015 for an observation of the 70th anniversary of V-E Day.
Dr. Ronald R. Fieve in his office in 1980. He believed that Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill might have benefited from being bipolar.
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