The bookseller William Reese at his home in New Haven in 2016. He relied on the breadth and depth of his scholarship to grasp the import of all sorts of seeming arcana.
Arseny Roginsky at the dedication of a memorial in Moscow in 2016.
Cardinal Bernard Law at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City in 2005.
Astronauts John Young, right, and Robert Crippen aboard the shuttle Columbia in April 1981 before its maiden voyage from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Frederieke Taylor in a family photograph from 2009 with a sculpture by the Taiwanese artist Long-Bin Chen.
John Perry Barlow during a forum on the internet’s impact on society, held at New York University in 2014.
Mr. Laxalt at the White House with President Reagan in 1984. Some in the Washington press corps called him “the first friend.”
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.
Doris Arndt with a pyramid of polar bears, her most popular act. Friendly and cuddly? Not necessarily. “A polar bear will destroy anything that is weak,” she said.
Donald McKayle in 1956. He was the first black man to choreograph and direct a Broadway musical (“Raisin”).
Bui Tin, second from right, with an unidentified United States Air Force sergeant, as American troops evacuated Saigon in 1973.
Connie Sawyer in May 2016 at her home in a retirement community in Los Angeles. She titled her memoir, “I Never Wanted to Be a Star — And I Wasn’t.”
John A. Stormer’s 1964 book landed in the year that the Republican Party nominated the conservative Senator Barry M. Goldwater for the presidency. His supporters latched onto it.
Fran Bera in the pilot’s seat in an undated photograph. One friend estimated that she had spent the equivalent of more than three years flying aircraft.
President Álvaro Arzú, left, at a meeting of the permanent council of the Organization of American States in Washington in 1999. He sat next to Miguel Angel Rodriguez, who was president of Costa Rica at the time.
Johnny Kline as a Harlem Globetrotter. He joined the team in 1953 and left in 1959, in part because of his continued frustrations with the racism he encountered while traveling with the team.
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