Patricia Morison and Alfred Drake in “Kiss Me, Kate,” the 1948 Cole Porter musical that made her a Broadway star.
Simonetta Puccini, the only recognized remaining descendant of the composer Giacomo Puccini, in Italy in 2004.
John A. Stormer’s 1964 book landed in the year that the Republican Party nominated the conservative Senator Barry M. Goldwater for the presidency. His supporters latched onto it.
The columnist Charles Krauthammer at his office in Washington in 2010. “This is the final verdict,” he wrote of his cancer prognosis this month. “My fight is over.”
Burton Richter, left, being congratulated by King Carl Gustaf of Sweden in Stockholm after receiving the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physics.
The former Iranian deputy prime minister Abbas Amir Entezam in 2008.
Josh Greenfeld in an undated photo. He was nominated for an Oscar for the screenplay of “Harry and Tonto” but gained his widest attention as an author.
Bob Beattie, left, spoke with the ski racer Spider Sabich, who competed for the United States in the 1968 Olympics, in an undated family photograph.
Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a writer, an educator, a lawyer, an abolitionist and the first black woman in North America to edit and publish a newspaper.
Ruud Lubbers, as high commissioner for refugees, speaking at United Nations headquarters in New York in 2005.
Sheila Link in an undated photograph. Her “legacy will be as a direct link between our pioneer foremothers, including Annie Oakley, and modern day American women gun owners,” an associate said.
Nathaniel Reed in an undated photo. He led conservation fights throughout Florida and helped turn the Endangered Species Act into law.
The Syrian novelist Hanna Mina at his office in Damascus, in an undated photo. In his dozens of books, Mr. Mina often focused on the poor and oppressed.
Senator John V. Tunney in 1976, the year he lost his seat to a former Democrat.
David Toschi in 1976. With his natty wardrobe, Mr. Toschi was for many people the public face of the Zodiac investigation as the case took twists and turns over the years.
The wrestler Jim Neidhart, left, faced William (the Refrigerator) Perry of the Chicago Bears at WrestleMania 2 in Rosemont, Ill., in 1986.
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