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Perhaps best known for a Union 76 gas station in Beverly Hills, Mr. Wong also did design work for the Los Angeles airport and CBS... [Read More]
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Mr. Tulchin shot an estimated 40 hours of footage of a landmark Harlem event in 1969, most of which the public has never seen. [Read More]
An actress whose face was more familiar than her name, Ms. Nelson was seen onstage, in movies and on television for a half-century. [Read More]
The death of Davey Moore three days after Ramos knocked him down led to calls for legislation that would outlaw boxing. [Read More]
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Mr. Makk's "Love" won a prize at the Cannes Film Festival. His "Cat's Play" was nominated for an Academy Award. [Read More]
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Coaching Magic Johnson and his teammates to the N.C.A.A. championship in 1979 was the "euphoric" height of Heathcote's long career. [Read More]
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In top publishing jobs, Mr. Kaminsky steered Richard Simmons, Xaviera Hollander, Richard Nixon and Donald Trump into print while writing his own novels. [Read More]
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Mr. Ramirez reached more than 200 radio stations over 72 years, the last 24 announcing Miami Marlins games. [Read More]
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Mr. Liggett's sculptures, signs and whirligigs have been described as "the gospel according to Rush Limbaugh rendered in wood and steel." [Read More]
Professor Hershkowitz's salvage operations earned him a reputation as a highly regarded archival scavenger. [Read More]
Mr. Allcard was said to be the first to sail across the Atlantic and back alone (or mostly). He also circled the globe on a... [Read More]
75 years ago, wartime pride and fear collided at one momentous movie premiere. [Read More]
Mr. Chayet, a pun-loving Massachusetts lawyer, reached a national audience from his base in Boston. [Read More]
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