Fakir Musafar had a lifelong passion for piercing, branding, tattooing, suspension, corseting and other outré practices he called “body play.”
Roy J. Glauber at Harvard in 2005, the year he was awarded a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Through his theory on the behavior of light, he was able to explain the differences between the diffuse light of a light bulb and the intense beam of a laser.
Larry Meachum, when he was acting commissioner of the Massachusetts corrections department. He surrounded himself with “people who understood the concept of redemption and who appreciated the basic humanity of prisoners,” a colleague said.
William Bain Jr., right, and Mitt Romney in an undated photograph at Bain & Company’s offices in Boston. “It’s hard for me to imagine my life and career without Bill Bain’s mentoring,” Mr. Romney said
Barbara Kafka in the kitchen of her Manhattan home in 2005. “How could you not love a woman who liberates us from the tyranny of conventional wisdom?” her longtime editor said.
Robert G. Wilmers at M&T headquarters in Buffalo in 2009. He became a major benefactor there, though he continued to live in his native New York City.
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.
The Israeli defense minister Moshe Arens, left, with fellow leaders of the ruling Likud party in Tel Aviv in 1992. With him, from left, were Ariel Sharon, the housing minister at the time; David Levy, the foreign minister; and Yitzhak Shamir, prime minister.
Dan Talbot opened Lincoln Plaza Cinemas in 1981. It is scheduled to close on Jan. 28.
Hiep Thi Le played Le Ly Hayslip in Oliver Stone’s Vietnam War drama “Heaven and Earth” (1993). The film made her an unlikely star a dozen years after her own escape from Vietnam.
Ben Agajanian in 1960, when he was a place-kicker for the Los Angeles Chargers.
Melvyn I. Weiss with another lawyer, Deborah Sturmann, during a news conference in New York in 1999 regarding lawsuits filed against German and American companies accusing them of profiting from slave labor during World War II.
Kathy Shaw, who surveyed thousands of sex-abuse allegations and posted them on a blog called Abuse Tracker.
Paul Taylor, in the air, performing “Junction” (1961), set to Bach, with his company in 1970. He created poignant and exuberant works that entered the repertory of numerous dance troupes.
Honey Lantree of the Honeycombs in performance in 1964, the year the group’s first and biggest hit, “Have I the Right?” was released.
Maria Bueno after winning the Wimbledon women’s singles final in 1959. Bueno won 19 Grand Slam titles: seven in singles, 11 in doubles and one in mixed doubles.
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