Ms. Shearmur in 2015 at the premiere of “Cinderella” in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Collins with her dog, Kim, right foreground, during a sit-in at Morningside Park in Manhattan in 1968. With her, from left, were Maria Miller, Justus Poole, Marchall Garcia, Bob McKay (partly hidden) and Suki Ports.
Herman D. Farrell Jr., called Denny, was a longtime Harlem political leader. “When times get bad, I know when to step back and let them fight,” he told The Times in 1991. “I keep order; I’m not a boss.”
Rugby star Keith Murdoch, third from left, was sent home from London after a late-night altercation with a security guard following a victory against Wales in 1972. He never made it home, changing planes for the Australian Outback.
Bill Gold designed some of the most memorable movie posters in Hollywood history, including “Casablanca” and “The Exorcist.”
Tom Wolfe in 1968 in Manhattan. He was known for his verbal pyrotechnics in books like “The Right Stuff,” not to mention his sartorial flair.
Fakir Musafar had a lifelong passion for piercing, branding, tattooing, suspension, corseting and other outré practices he called “body play.”
Lee Harris Pomeroy in 2000 at the DeKalb Avenue subway station in Brooklyn, one of several stations that he redesigned.
The poet Anya Krugovoy Silver in 2015. After receiving a diagnosis of advanced breast cancer, she wrote about living with her illness and facing death.
Vivian Matalon, right, accepting the award for outstanding direction of a play from Richard Kiley at the 1980 Tony Awards. He won for the revival of the 1939 play “Morning’s at Seven.”
Arkady Wajspapir, second from left, with other survivors of the Sobibor death camp at a reunion in 1990. He was a key figure in a 1943 uprising; one of its leaders was Alexander Pechersky, third from left.
Glen Roven in 2016. A composer, conductor and record producer, he was equally at home in the worlds of classical and Broadway music.
Marty Allen, right, with his comedy partner Steve Rossi in Las Vegas in 1968.
Kirk Simon in an undated photograph. He and Ken Burns were schoolmates and collaborators at Hampshire College in Massachusetts.
Lin Bolen in 1972 on the set of the NBC soap opera “The Doctors.” She expanded many soap operas from 30 minutes to 60 minutes.
William Bain Jr., right, and Mitt Romney in an undated photograph at Bain & Company’s offices in Boston. “It’s hard for me to imagine my life and career without Bill Bain’s mentoring,” Mr. Romney said
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