Members of the city’s N.A.A.C.P. Youth Council boosted Alderwoman Vel Phillips to their shoulders during a fair-housing rally in St. Boniface Roman Catholic Church in Milwaukee in 1967. At right was the Rev. James Groppi, a prominent civil rights advocate.
Kenneth Haigh, right, with Alan Bates and Mary Ure in the original Broadway production of John Osborne's "Look Back in Anger" in 1957.
Bill Loud with his five children and his wife, Pat, the stars of the groundbreaking 1973 PBS series “An American Family.” Clockwise from top: Kevin, Lance, Michele, Pat, Delilah, Grant and Bill.
Anne Olivier Bell in the studio of Charleston farmhouse, south of London, the artistic home of the Bloomsbury group. She married Virginia Woolf’s nephew and edited the writer’s diaries.
Tim Bergling, also known by the stage name Avicii, in 2013.
Madeleine Kamman giving a cooking class at L’academie de Cuisine in Bethesda, Md., in 1984. “She had an incredible capacity to inspire people,” one former student said.
Sridevi in 2017. The actress was one of only a few female Bollywood stars to headline box-office hits with no man beside her in a leading role.
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.
Yu Guangzhong reading his poems this year at National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan. “He was one of the most accomplished writers not only in Taiwan but in modern Chinese literature,” one scholar said.
Mickey Jones played the marijuana dealer Rodney Dunham in the FX crime drama “Justified.”
Al Pacino, left, and Martin Bregman at a party in 2003 marking the 20th anniversary of the release of “Scarface.”
Dr. Victor Sidel outside what is now Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx in the 1980s.
Brig. Gen. Hays received the Distinguished Service Medal from Gen. William C. Westmoreland, the Army chief of staff, in 1971.
The poet Sam Hamill, a founder of Copper Canyon Press, at his home in Anacortes, Wash., in 2017.
George Scott, left, Clarence Fountain and Jimmy Carter of the Blind Boys of Alabama at the Bowery Ballroom in Manhattan in 2002.
Robert Mandan as the philandering Chester Tate and Katherine Helmond as his sheltered wife, Jessica, in a 1980 episode of “Soap.”
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