Anne Forer Pyne in 1975. The women’s liberation movement “was never about a handful of women whose names got remembered,” she once wrote.
Jerome Lefkowitz, left, and his son Jay in a family photo showing them in front of the United States Supreme Court in 2013 after the younger Mr. Lefkowitz, also a lawyer, had argued a case there.
Chuck Knox, coach of the Buffalo Bills, waves to Jets coach Walt Michaels after the Bills defeated the Jets in the playoffs in 1981. At left is Fred Smerlas of the Bills.
The director Lucian Pintilie on the set of his 1996 film “Too Late,” which was nominated for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
Tomasz Stanko performing in Gdansk, Poland, in 2012. After living what he called a “very dark” lifestyle for a long stretch, he made a comeback.
Mr. Dassault in Paris in 2002. The conservative newspaper Le Figaro is owned by the Dassault Group conglomerate.
A scene from “Nicholas and Alexandra” (1971), with Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman, front, in the title roles. Yvonne Blake shared an Academy Award with Antonio Castillo for the film’s costume design.
Aleksandr Askoldov in 1988, not long after his banned film, “The Commissar,” resurfaced.
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.
Richard Oldenburg in the sculpture garden of the Museum of Modern Art in 1972. He said of his brother, the Pop Art sculptor Claes Oldenburg, “He had the free spirit which I longed for, but I was born with an excess of caution.”
Dr. Victor Sidel outside what is now Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx in the 1980s.
LeRoy Jolley at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in 2009.
Thomas B. Hofeller spoke to a National Conference of State Legislatures. He was extolled — or lambasted — as the Michelangelo of the modern gerrymander.
In “I Once Was,” from her 2018 series, “My Heart,” Ms. Papapetrou placed herself in a series for the first time with this photograph.
The cinematographer Robby Müller on the set of the 1989 film “Mystery Train,” one of many directed by Jim Jarmusch on which he worked.
Richard Pipes in his study in Cambridge, Mass., in 1959. He spent his entire academic career at Harvard.
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