Carmen Cozza during a Yale training camp practice in 1996.
Stephen Reid in an undated photo. “It’s not rocket science,” he said of bank robbery. “You don’t have to be Stephen Hawking.”
In a musical career of more than five decades, Aretha Franklin had more than 100 singles on the Billboard charts. But more important, says Jon Pareles, chief popular music critic for The New York Times, she freed other singers to let their voices fly.
Drue Heinz, right, skiing with her husband H.J. Heinz II and stepson John Heinz in the mid-1950s.
Thomas B. Hofeller spoke to a National Conference of State Legislatures. He was extolled — or lambasted — as the Michelangelo of the modern gerrymander.
The psychiatrists Price M. Cobbs, right, and William H. Grier, the authors of the 1968 book “Black Rage.”
The psychoanalyst and author Marion Woodman. She and the poet Robert Bly (author of “Iron John” and other books) jointly wrote “The Maiden King: The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine,” arguing that each gender needed to incorporate elements of the other to become whole.
Mr. Laxalt at the White House with President Reagan in 1984. Some in the Washington press corps called him “the first friend.”
Paul Bocuse in the kitchen at L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, his three-star restaurant near Lyon, France, in 2012. His signature dishes not only pleased the palate; they also seduced the eye and piqued the imagination.
Dr. Arno Motulsky in his Seattle apartment in 2014.
The photographer David Douglas Duncan in 1969. He was among the most influential photographers of the 20th century, a Life magazine peer of Alfred Eisenstaedt, Margaret Bourke-White and Carl Mydans.
Henry Butler, right, performing during the 2011 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. He was acclaimed as a member of a New Orleans piano pantheon that includes Jelly Roll Morton, James Booker, Professor Longhair, Fats Domino, Allen Toussaint and Dr. John.
Haim Gouri during a speech in Jerusalem last June. He was often described as one of Israel’s last national poets. He was also a journalist and filmmaker.
Joseph Jackson, father and manager of The Jackson Five, next to an Epic double platinum award, circa 1982.
Bobbie Louise Hawkins in Bolinas, Calif., in 1973. She left her literary imprint on a cultural landscape dominated by men and as a mentor to a generation of female writers.
Gov. Robert D. Ray of Iowa, right, in 1976 at the Iowa State Fair with Senator Bob Dole, the Republican candidate for vice president on the ticket with President Gerald R. Ford.
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