Kenneth Haigh, right, with Alan Bates and Mary Ure in the original Broadway production of John Osborne's "Look Back in Anger" in 1957.
María Isabel Chorobik de Mariani was president of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, which led an agonizing search for hundreds of children “disappeared” by Argentina’s military rulers.
Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo in Milan in 2013. Her decades-long career bridged the creative and corporate management sides of Salvatore Ferragamo.
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.
Peter Munk prepared to speak at the Barrick gold mining company's annual shareholders meeting in 2014 in Toronto.
Liliane Montevecchi performing in 2016 at Feinstein’s/54 Below. In her cabaret act, she sang in English and French, exuding confidence and style.
Frank Ramsey in 1960 with the Boston Celtics, when they won the second of eight consecutive titles. He played on seven N.B.A. championship teams.
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.
William S. Beinecke waged a decades-long but successful campaign to persuade Yale University to create a business school.
Ted Achilles in a family photo. Wanting to do something to help Afghans, he was a founder of a unique boarding school for girls in Kabul.
Homer A. Neal in 1981. He participated in the detection of the subatomic particle called Higgs boson, one of the building blocks of matter, and was a national figure in physics.
Donald Lynden-Bell, center, receiving the Kavli Prize in astrophysics with Maarten Schmidt from Crown Prince Haakon Magnus in Oslo, Norway, in 2008.
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Mai Skaf speaking at the funeral of her fellow actress and activist Fadwa Suleimane in Montreuil, a suburb of Paris, in 2017. “I will not lose hope,” she wrote two days before her death. “It’s the great Syria, not Assad’s Syria.”
Ivor Guest in 1957. The portrait is of the English ballerina Margot Fonteyn by Pietro Annigoni.
Wesla Whitfield during a 2005 cabaret performance.
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