The dancer, actor and choreographer Lindsay Kemp, whose students included David Bowie, in an undated photo.
The artist Tim Rollins with members of his collaborative educational program Kids of Survival.
Dr. Samuel Epstein in his office at the University of Illinois in 1998. “He showed that powerful industries could cause cancer,” a colleague said, “that cancer was a political disease, requiring political solutions, which made him a bit like the Rachel Carson or Ralph Nader of Cancer.”
Elizabeth Ebert, a cowboy poet, at her home in Lemmon, S.D., in 2009. She wrote in secret for most of her life, often feeding her lines to the fire.
Robert Mandan as the philandering Chester Tate and Katherine Helmond as his sheltered wife, Jessica, in a 1980 episode of “Soap.”
Lee Holley, left, in 2000 with Hank Ketcham, creator of “Dennis the Menace,” in Los Angeles. Mr. Holley was a ghost illustrator of Mr. Ketcham’s comic strip.
The American passenger freighter Robert E. Lee was sunk by a German submarine in 1942 in the Gulf of Mexico. U-boats, like the one commanded by Capt. Reinhard Hardegen, sank or crippled dozens of merchant vessels off the American coast as part of a German operation called Drumbeat.
“Springtime for Hitler,” choreographed by Alan Johnson, from Mel Brooks’s movie “The Producers.”
Mr. Mann, left, rehearsing with the other members of the Juilliard String Quartet, Joel Smirnoff, Joel Krosnick and Samuel Rhodes, at the Juilliard School in 1996.
Willie Lee Rose in an undated photo. She recast the prevailing view of Reconstruction, the period that followed the Civil War.
Tony Sparano, the Minnesota Vikings’ offensive line coach, during a game against the Los Angeles Rams in 2017 in Minneapolis.
Cardinal Miguel Obando y Bravo in 2005 with nuns and priests in Managua, Nicaragua. For decades, he played a role in the nation’s turbulent politics.
Kim Jong-pil in 1997. He was one of the so-called Three Kims who dominated South Korean politics for decades. The other two were presidents, both of whom he helped bring to power.
Robert N. Hall, whose discoveries led to microwave ovens and supermarket scanners, at work at a General Electric laboratory in Niskayuna, N.Y., in the early 1960s.
Chuck Knox, coach of the Buffalo Bills, waves to Jets coach Walt Michaels after the Bills defeated the Jets in the playoffs in 1981. At left is Fred Smerlas of the Bills.
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.
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