Mr. Gavin with Janet Leigh in Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho.”
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.
Robert H. Ferrell, who wrote or edited a dozen books about Harry S. Truman, in about 1972.
Eugene V. Thaw, right, speaking with the art lecturer Rosamond Bernier and her husband, John Russell, the chief art critic of The New York Times, in 1994 at an exhibition of Mr. Thaw’s art collection at what is now the Morgan Library and Museum in Manhattan.
Gov. Brendan Byrne looking over a copy of the state budget during a news conference in February 1977.
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.”
John Ehle with his daughter, Jennifer, on the porch of their home in Mitchell County, N.C., in 1971. His novels were praised in part for the dignity he gave his fictional mountain people.
Oksana Shachko in 2011 during a protest in Kiev. “Oksana fought for justice, she fought for equality, she fought for herself and all women as a hero,” the group she helped found said.
Dr. William McBride with a healthy infant in 1972. He warned of the risks of taking thalidomide, the sedative found to cause birth defects.
José Hawilla in his office in São Paulo, Brazil, in 2011. A newspaper in Rio de Janeiro once called him the “owner of Brazilian soccer.”
Eugene Leff along the Hudson River in 2007. Besides arguing the Love Canal case for New York State, he pursued litigation to remove PCBs and other contaminants from the river.
Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. teaching at the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2015. His academic career also took him to Yale, Berkeley, the University of Chicago and elsewhere.
Paul Bocuse in the kitchen at L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, his three-star restaurant near Lyon, France, in 2012. His signature dishes not only pleased the palate; they also seduced the eye and piqued the imagination.
Tony Bullimore in 2007. He continued to sail after his near-fatal experience in 1997 in the Vendée Globe.
Alan Sagner, right, chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, with the developer Larry Silverstein in May 1981 during a news conference in which they announced plans for the construction of 7 World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan.
Gene Sharp in his office in East Boston in 2011. “In South America, they’re not tweeting Che Guevara; they’re tweeting Gene Sharp,” a documentary filmmaker said.
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