Charles Neville onstage during a performance with the Neville Brothers at the 2008 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Mary Carlisle and Bing Crosby in “Double or Nothing” (1937). She made dozens of movies in the 1930s and early ’40s, often playing a perky innocent.
Maj. Gen. Michael D. Healy in an undated photograph at Fort Sheridan, Ill., where his 35-year military career began and ended.
Hilary Lister operated a sailboat by blowing or drawing through tubes, resembling straws, which were connected to electronic instruments that controlled the vessel.
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.
The American passenger freighter Robert E. Lee was sunk by a German submarine in 1942 in the Gulf of Mexico. U-boats, like the one commanded by Capt. Reinhard Hardegen, sank or crippled dozens of merchant vessels off the American coast as part of a German operation called Drumbeat.
Dr. Davida Coady in a family photograph working with malnourished children in Biafra in 1969. Dr. Coady made disease prevention in Africa, Central America and Asia the cornerstone of her work.
The cinematographer Robby Müller on the set of the 1989 film “Mystery Train,” one of many directed by Jim Jarmusch on which he worked.
Arseny Roginsky at the dedication of a memorial in Moscow in 2016.
Marcia Chambers in an undated photograph. She wrote about sex discrimination at golf country clubs, covered politics, education and the courts for national news organizations and ended her career devoted to reporting on her hometown in Connecticut.
Marcia Thompson at her office in Manhattan in 1985, when she was head of the National Arts Stabilization Fund.
Frank Lary, left, with Bucky Harris, the manager of the Detroit Tigers, in the mid-1950s.
The poet Sam Hamill, a founder of Copper Canyon Press, at his home in Anacortes, Wash., in 2017.
Frances Walker-Slocum in an undated photo. She championed the works of black composers and was the first black women granted tenure at Oberlin College and Conservatory.
Asma Jahangir leaving the Cerro Hueco prison in Tuxtla Gutierrez, in the Mexican state of Chiapas, in 1999. She championed the rights of religious minorities and those in bonded labor.
Billy Cannon won the Heisman Trophy, given to college football’s best player, in 1959 after his senior season at Louisiana State University.
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