Haim Gouri during a speech in Jerusalem last June. He was often described as one of Israel’s last national poets. He was also a journalist and filmmaker.
Hilary Lister operated a sailboat by blowing or drawing through tubes, resembling straws, which were connected to electronic instruments that controlled the vessel.
The historians Edwin G. Burrows, right, and Mike Wallace at the South Street Seaport in Manhattan in an undated photograph. Professor Burrows wrote two other books on New York City history.
Lin Huiyin and Liang Sicheng on their honeymoon in Europe in 1928.
Mr. Glines, middle row left, with others from the original production of “Torch Song Trilogy.” Clockwise from upper left are Richard DeFabees, Lawrence Lane, Harvey Fierstein, Court Miller, Fisher Stevens, Paul Joynt and Diane Tarleton.
Nelson Pereira dos Santos in Rio de Janeiro in 2012. He “brought to the screen a powerfully socially committed moviemaking about Brazil’s poor and dispossessed,” his biographer said.
Arkady Wajspapir, second from left, with other survivors of the Sobibor death camp at a reunion in 1990. He was a key figure in a 1943 uprising; one of its leaders was Alexander Pechersky, third from left.
Faith Whittlesey in her office at the White House in 1985, when she was director of President Ronald Reagan’s Office of Public Liaison.
Evgeni Vasiukov, front left, one of the world’s best chess players for many years, in an undated photograph in Moscow.
David McReynolds, right, explaining plans to protest the draft at the University of Denver in 1970.
LeRoy Jolley at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in 2009.
Herman D. Farrell Jr., called Denny, was a longtime Harlem political leader. “When times get bad, I know when to step back and let them fight,” he told The Times in 1991. “I keep order; I’m not a boss.”
The investigative reporter Robert Parry in an undated photograph. His work on the Iran-contra scandal of the 1980s brought him a George Polk Award.
Peter Mayle in an undated photo. “The chapters more or less wrote themselves,” he said of his best-selling book.
Laura De Force Gordon in an undated portrait.
Herbert and Joy Kaiser with Nelson Mandela at Mr. Mandela’s home in Soweto, South Africa, in 1991. The Kaisers founded Medical Education for South African Blacks in 1985.
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