Mikhail Ugarov and Elena Gremina in Tsarskoye Selo, near St. Petersburg, in 2000. Together they founded Teatr.doc, a Moscow theater company that presented shockingly raw accounts of life in post-Soviet Russia.
Daisy Kadibil and a biographical note she wrote. After being taken from their parents under an Australian program to assimilate Indigenous people into the dominant society, she and her sister and a cousin walked hundreds of miles across rough terrain to get back home.
Donald Hall in 2006 outside his home in Wilmot, N.H., on a farm that has been in his family for generations.
The singer, harmonica player and guitarist Lazy Lester in 1988.
Gov. Takeshi Onaga of Okinawa, left, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mr. Abe’s official residence in Tokyo in 2015. They met before Mr. Abe’s visit to the United States, amid controversy over the future of a United States military base in Okinawa.
The ancient army, buried just outside Xi’an, China, is made up of archers, generals, infantrymen and other warriors, part of an immense complex that has not been fully excavated.
A scene from “Nicholas and Alexandra” (1971), with Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman, front, in the title roles. Yvonne Blake shared an Academy Award with Antonio Castillo for the film’s costume design.
Paul Taylor, in the air, performing “Junction” (1961), set to Bach, with his company in 1970. He created poignant and exuberant works that entered the repertory of numerous dance troupes.
Ella Brennan, center, during a dinner and cocktail party at her home in New Orleans in 2016.
Asma Jahangir leaving the Cerro Hueco prison in Tuxtla Gutierrez, in the Mexican state of Chiapas, in 1999. She championed the rights of religious minorities and those in bonded labor.
Evgeni Vasiukov, front left, one of the world’s best chess players for many years, in an undated photograph in Moscow.
The bookseller William Reese at his home in New Haven in 2016. He relied on the breadth and depth of his scholarship to grasp the import of all sorts of seeming arcana.
Jamsheed Marker, left, at the time the United Nations’ special envoy for East Timor, meeting with President B.J. Habibie of Indonesia in Jakarta in 1999. Mr. Marker was one of Pakistan’s most distinguished diplomats.
John Coleman, right, a founder of the Weather Channel, in 1981 with his co-founder, Frank Batten Sr., chairman of Landmark Communications.
Anita Shreve at a literary festival in Oxford, England, in March 2014.
Murray Fromson in 1965, when he was with CBS News. In addition to covering the major stories of his day, he helped establish the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.
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