Joseph Campanella in “The Bold Ones: The Lawyers,” one of several television series in which he appeared over a long career.
Dr. William McBride with a healthy infant in 1972. He warned of the risks of taking thalidomide, the sedative found to cause birth defects.
Bob Beattie, left, spoke with the ski racer Spider Sabich, who competed for the United States in the 1968 Olympics, in an undated family photograph.
The saxophonist Nathan Davis, who founded the jazz studies program at the University of Pittsburgh, in an undated photograph.
Doug Ford lofting his ball out of a sand trap on the 18th hole of the Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga., in 1957. The ball found the cup, sealing his victory.
Fred Kovaleski in 2009.
Senator John C. Culver of Iowa, right, with his fellow Democrat Gary Hart of Colorado in Washington in 1979. Mr. Culver won praise across the political spectrum for his independence.
Eugene V. Thaw, right, speaking with the art lecturer Rosamond Bernier and her husband, John Russell, the chief art critic of The New York Times, in 1994 at an exhibition of Mr. Thaw’s art collection at what is now the Morgan Library and Museum in Manhattan.
Donald Ritchie at the finish line of the New York Invitational at Flushing Meadow Park, Queens, in 1979. He set a 100-mile race record in that event.
Ted Dabney, left, Nolan Bushnell, Fred Marincic and Allan Alcorn in 1973 with a Pong console at the Atari offices in Santa Clara, Calif.
Billy Connors at home in 2013. He worked with Yankee pitching greats like Mariano Rivera and C.C. Sabathia and had a long association with the club.
Robert N. Hall, whose discoveries led to microwave ovens and supermarket scanners, at work at a General Electric laboratory in Niskayuna, N.Y., in the early 1960s.
The artist Tim Rollins with members of his collaborative educational program Kids of Survival.
Charlotte Rae, in a scene with Conrad Bain, left, and Gary Coleman, played a housekeeper to three children in the 1980s sitcom “Diff’rent Strokes.”
Alan Longmuir, left, with other members of the Bay City Rollers in 1975 on a British pop music awards television show. A bass guitar player, he was a founding member of the group, which for a time in the 1970s was immensely popular.
Elaine Markson in 1993. She transformed an eclectic constellation of radicals, women’s rights advocates and other writers into loyal clients of her literary agency.
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