Louis Gignac straightening a client’s hair in 1967. One of the most sought-after hair stylists in New York, he advocated unfussy, blunt-cut wash-and-wear styles that could be replicated at home.
William Prochnau in an undated photograph. His article “Adventures in the Ransom Trade” was the basis for the movie “Proof of Life,” a kidnapping thriller starring Meg Ryan and Russell Crowe.
Author Ursula Le Guin at home with her cat, Lorenzo, in 1996. The writer’s “pleasant duty,” she said, is to ply the reader’s imagination with “the best and purest nourishment that it can absorb.”
Robert H. Ferrell, who wrote or edited a dozen books about Harry S. Truman, in about 1972.
Dr. Anne Treisman receiving the National Medal of Science from President Barack Obama at the White House in 2013.
Herbert Sperling and his wife, Josephine, in the early 1970s. He was among the first defendants to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole after federal judges were empowered to impose that penalty.
Judith Leiber in her shop on Madison Avenue in 1996.
Keely Smith and Louis Prima, as captured in the 1999 documentary “Louis Prima: The Wildest.”
Johann Johannsson at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, Calif., with the award he received for his score for “The Theory of Everything.”
Charles McDew joined a celebrity fund-raiser for SNCC hosted by the singer and actor Theodore Bikel in 1963. From left, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Mr. McDew, the playwright Lorraine Hansberry, the singer Nina Simone, Mr. Bikel and the civil rights leader James Forman.
Queeneth Ndaba in an undated photo. In the face of apartheid, she worked to keep Johannesburg’s most influential home of art and culture alive.
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.”
The saxophonist Nathan Davis, who founded the jazz studies program at the University of Pittsburgh, in an undated photograph.
Andrew Balducci in the store Balducci’s in Greenwich Village in an undated photograph. He was the driving force behind the expansion of business from a Brooklyn pushcart to a dominant epicurean emporium.
James Villas at La Caravelle in Manhattan in the early 2000s. He was a champion of Southern cooking and a critic of what he considered gustatory gimmickry.
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.
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