Sigi Schmid greeting fans in Seattle in 2013, when he was the head coach of the Seattle Sounders.
Stewart Lupton in the late 1990s. “Everything was very new and dangerous and fun and cheap,” he said of his time in New York City. “It was kind of gutter glamorous on the Lower East Side back then.”
Alan Diaz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of United States immigration agents seizing 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez in the spring of 2000 at his relatives’ home in Miami in an international custody dispute. Mr. Diaz had cultivated close relationships with the relatives and was the only photographer present during the raid.
Len Chappell in 1965.
Vladimir Voinovich in 1986. “Some people say that we have already returned to 1937,” he said of present-day Russia. “I would say that we haven’t reached 1937 yet, but we have definitely reached the 1970s.”
Charlotte Fox in 1996 after she was rescued from a fatal blizzard that swept across Mount Everest as she was descending.
Keorapetse Kgositsile in an undated photograph. In New York he fell in with writers and musicians, among them Hugh Masekela, Amiri Baraka (then known as LeRoi Jones) and Ishmael Reed.
Alfred W. Crosby on Nantucket Island, Mass., in 2006. His research focused on cultural and biological changes in the New World.
Yehoshua Zvi Hershkowitz, center with shovel, at the groundbreaking ceremony for a plot of land intended for Tomche Shabbos in Brooklyn.
Michael Vollbracht closing the runway at the Bill Blass fall show in 2005 during Fashion Week in Bryant Park in Manhattan. He had made a comeback at the time as the creative director for Bill Blass.
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.
R. Lee Ermey in 2006. In addition to “Full Metal Jacket,” his film credits include “Apocalypse Now,” “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” “Se7en” and the “Toy Story” franchise.
Louis Gignac straightening a client’s hair in 1967. One of the most sought-after hair stylists in New York, he advocated unfussy, blunt-cut wash-and-wear styles that could be replicated at home.
Geoffrey Hendricks in his “Sky Car” (1979), which is in the collection of the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Musum in Duisburg, Germany. Mr. Hendricks literally looked to the heavens for inspiration for some of his art — he was known for paintings of the sky, which he would render on traditional canvases and assorted other surfaces.
Lee Harris Pomeroy in 2000 at the DeKalb Avenue subway station in Brooklyn, one of several stations that he redesigned.
Peter Munk prepared to speak at the Barrick gold mining company's annual shareholders meeting in 2014 in Toronto.
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