The Moody Blues in London in 1971; from left, Graeme Edge, Ray Thomas, John Lodge, Mike Pinder and Justin Hayward.
Sachio Kinugasa, right, was in the stands on June 14, 1996, at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., when Cal Ripken Jr. of the Baltimore Orioles played in his 2,216th consecutive game, against the Royals, breaking Kinugasa’s world baseball record for durability.
Tom Murphy outside Druid Theater Company’s Mick Lally Theater in Galway, Ireland, in 2012. “With plays,” he said, “I didn’t have to know grammar or syntax or any rules to write the way that people spoke.”
Laszlo Tabori becoming the third man to run the mile in under four minutes in a historic race in London in 1955 in which two others also broke that mark: Chris Chataway, left, and Brian Hewson.
Keely Smith and Louis Prima, as captured in the 1999 documentary “Louis Prima: The Wildest.”
Frank and Nancy Barbato Sinatra in Hollywood in 1949. They were married in 1939 and divorced in 1951, but they remained close.
Frances Walker-Slocum in an undated photo. She championed the works of black composers and was the first black women granted tenure at Oberlin College and Conservatory.
Frank Lary, left, with Bucky Harris, the manager of the Detroit Tigers, in the mid-1950s.
Josh Greenfeld in an undated photo. He was nominated for an Oscar for the screenplay of “Harry and Tonto” but gained his widest attention as an author.
Judith Leiber in her shop on Madison Avenue in 1996.
Dr. Ronald R. Fieve in his office in 1980. He believed that Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill might have benefited from being bipolar.
Gov. Takeshi Onaga of Okinawa, left, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mr. Abe’s official residence in Tokyo in 2015. They met before Mr. Abe’s visit to the United States, amid controversy over the future of a United States military base in Okinawa.
Janet Benshoof, president of the Center for Reproductive Rights, in her Manhattan office in 1998.
Dr. Robert Blizzard in an undated photograph. He was among the first doctors to use hormones to boost children’s height.
Dr. Robert G. Newman at a Manhattan methadone clinic in 2002. He said of heroin addiction, “It’s a medical problem — for which a treatment exists, but for which at the moment a cure does not.”
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.
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