Alan Rabinowitz with two Siberian tigers at the Bronx Zoo in 2007. He established the world’s first jaguar preserve, in Belize, and a vast tiger preserve in Myanmar.
Joe Frank, whose radio monologues brought listeners to strange new places, in an undated photograph.
Lovebug Starski during a D.J. set in 2006.
Jeffrey Bell during his unsuccessful Republican campaign in 2014 to unseat Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey.
The historians Edwin G. Burrows, right, and Mike Wallace at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan in an undated photograph. Professor Burrows wrote two other books on New York City history.
Ruth Ann Koesun with John Kriza in Michael Kidd’s “On Stage!” in 1947.
From left, Roger Bart, Brad Oscar, Matthew Broderick and Gary Beach in “The Producers.” Mr. Beach won a Tony Award for his performance as the cross-dressing director Roger De Bris.
Jack Van Berg, top, with the jockey Chris McCarron, who rode Alysheba, a horse trained by Mr. Van Berg. They were appearing at an event leading up to the 2009 Kentucky Derby in Lexington, Ky.
José Hawilla in his office in São Paulo, Brazil, in 2011. A newspaper in Rio de Janeiro once called him the “owner of Brazilian soccer.”
Katie Cannon in 1989. At a young age she saw a disconnect between much of the Christian message and the heavily segregated world in which she lived.
Natalie Wood and Tab Hunter in the 1956 film “The Burning Hills,” one of two movies they made together. Warner Bros. tried to create the illusion that they were a couple.
Catherine Wolf at her home in Katonah, N.Y., in an undated photograph taken before she contracted amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
William Bain Jr., right, and Mitt Romney in an undated photograph at Bain & Company’s offices in Boston. “It’s hard for me to imagine my life and career without Bill Bain’s mentoring,” Mr. Romney said
Patricia Frustaci with her husband, Sam, and their children in 1988: from left, Stephen, Patricia, Joseph and Richard.
Eugene Leff along the Hudson River in 2007. Besides arguing the Love Canal case for New York State, he pursued litigation to remove PCBs and other contaminants from the river.
The cinematographer Robby Müller on the set of the 1989 film “Mystery Train,” one of many directed by Jim Jarmusch on which he worked.
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