Fannie Merritt Farmer, left, with a student at the Boston Cooking School, where she taught. Farmer helped bring cooking into the modern age, and her book became a primary reference source in many household kitchens.
Johann Johannsson at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, Calif., with the award he received for his score for “The Theory of Everything.”
John Perry Barlow during a forum on the internet’s impact on society, held at New York University in 2014.
Gen. Luis García Meza with President Lidia Gueiler of Bolivia. He was installed as president in 1980 after she was deposed in a military coup. They were cousins.
Bill Mallory at a news conference in Bloomington, Ind., after he was fired by Indiana University in October 1996. He led the Hoosiers to six of the 11 bowl games the team has played in its history.
Jamsheed Marker, left, at the time the United Nations’ special envoy for East Timor, meeting with President B.J. Habibie of Indonesia in Jakarta in 1999. Mr. Marker was one of Pakistan’s most distinguished diplomats.
Valery N. Chalidze in Manhattan in 1972, after traveling to the United States to lecture and learning that he would be barred from returning to the Soviet Union.
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.
Gualtiero Marchesi in 2017 in front of a current restaurant in Milan that bears his name. After achieving much success with his restaurants, he opened a cooking school to promote, as he put it, “high cooking as applied to everyday recipes.”
Tim Bergling, also known by the stage name Avicii, in 2013.
In “Five Easy Pieces” (1970). Ms. Anspach played a New Age intellectual who sleeps with Jack Nicholson’s character, even though she’s engaged to his brother.
Dr. Kimishige Ishizaka prepared an experiment in the immunology laboratory at the Children’s Asthma Research Institute and Hospital in Denver in 1966.
Bui Tin, second from right, with an unidentified United States Air Force sergeant, as American troops evacuated Saigon in 1973.
Dr. Ronald R. Fieve in his office in 1980. He believed that Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill might have benefited from being bipolar.
Sigi Schmid greeting fans in Seattle in 2013, when he was the head coach of the Seattle Sounders.
Pierre Godé, right, and Bernard Arnault in 2008. They met in 1973, when Mr. Godé was an attorney for Mr. Arnault’s father, and worked together for three decades.
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