Mary Ellis in Biggin Hill, England, in 2015. She took her first flying lesson as a teenager and flew for pleasure until 1940, when she heard a radio ad for female pilots to join Britain’s Air Transport Auxiliary.
Vic Damone during a rehearsal in Columbus, Ohio, in 1978.
John Morris wrote the music for the “Springtime for Hitler” production number in “The Producers,” directed by Mel Brooks. He worked with Mr. Brooks on 11 films.
Milos Forman outside his home in Warren, Conn., in 2009. “I’ve always done everything in my life to win,” he wrote in a memoir.
From left, Billy Westbay, Jim Bridwell and John Long in front of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in 1975.
Daniel and Susan Cohen in 2003 with a photograph of their daughter, Theodora, a college student who was killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Author Ursula Le Guin at home with her cat, Lorenzo, in 1996. The writer’s “pleasant duty,” she said, is to ply the reader’s imagination with “the best and purest nourishment that it can absorb.”
Harry Anderson in 1988. He was nominated for three Emmys for his role as Judge Harry Stone on the NBC sitcom “Night Court.”
Lin Bolen in 1972 on the set of the NBC soap opera “The Doctors.” She expanded many soap operas from 30 minutes to 60 minutes.
Mary Regula, left, the president and founder of the National First Ladies’ Library in Canton, Ohio, with Dr. Sheila Fisher, vice president, in the library’s lobby in 2006.
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.
Chuck McCann (center, left) appeared with Bozo the Clown, Jack McCarthy (top) and Joe Bolton in a show for children on the New York station WPIX in 1960.
Burton Richter, left, being congratulated by King Carl Gustaf of Sweden in Stockholm after receiving the 1976 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Jack Van Berg, top, with the jockey Chris McCarron, who rode Alysheba, a horse trained by Mr. Van Berg. They were appearing at an event leading up to the 2009 Kentucky Derby in Lexington, Ky.
La Wilson, whose assemblage art gave ordinary objects extraordinary new life, in 1990.
In a musical career of more than five decades, Aretha Franklin had more than 100 singles on the Billboard charts. But more important, says Jon Pareles, chief popular music critic for The New York Times, she freed other singers to let their voices fly.
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