Barbara Harris in the 1965 Broadway musical “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.” Her performance in that show earned her a Tony Award nomination.
Chuck Vinci working out at a Manhattan health club in 1958 in preparation for a contest between American and Russian weight lifters at Madison Square Garden. He is considered one of the greatest weight lifters ever; at just under five feet, he was also one of the smallest.
Charlotte Fox in 1996 after she was rescued from a fatal blizzard that swept across Mount Everest as she was descending.
Christopher Gibbs, the antiques dealer, interior designer and fashion avatar, at his London home in an undated photo. He helped establish the “distressed bohemian” aesthetic.
John Coleman, right, a founder of the Weather Channel, in 1981 with his co-founder, Frank Batten Sr., chairman of Landmark Communications.
Jens C. Skou of Denmark received an ovation after being presented with the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in Stockholm on Dec. 10, 1997.
Joseph Jackson, father and manager of The Jackson Five, next to an Epic double platinum award, circa 1982.
Leon (Ndugu) Chancler, in an undated photograph, performing at the Stanford Jazz Festival. He performed and recorded with artists in a wide range of genres.
A model of Ralph Koltai’s set for a 1997 production of the Verdi opera “Simon Boccanegra.” Mr. Koltai often said that the goal of his stage designs was to enhance, not merely to be functional.
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.
Daniel and Susan Cohen in 2003 with a photograph of their daughter, Theodora, a college student who was killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Lones Wigger after winning a gold medal in shooting at the 1972 Olympics in Munich.
Lois Wheeler Snow in New York City in 2000. She became a vocal critic of human rights abuses in China after marrying the journalist Edgar Snow.
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.
Fleetwood Mac in Los Angeles in 1969. From left: John McVie, Danny Kirwan, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer.
Jeffrey Bell during his unsuccessful Republican campaign in 2014 to unseat Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.
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