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She was knighted in 2011, decades after she risked her life to treat wounded and dying U.S. servicemen.
Mr. Beavers became the first African American to serve on the corporation’s board of directors.
The white Methodist minister helped lead an interracial bus trip in 1947, years before the Freedom Rides.
Mr. Stokes represented Cleveland for 30 years and pushed for more transparency in government.
In the early ’70s, Dr. Miller shut down youth reformatories in Massachusetts — and brought sweeping change to the country.
Ms. McGovern illuminated fables, history, the animal kingdom and other arcana and exotica for youngsters.
In books such as “The Great Terror,” Mr. Conquest laid bare the suffering wreaked upon the Soviet population.
Dr. Rasmussen helped win health benefits for his patients and better conditions in coal mines.
The Pennsylvania Republican was tapped as Ronald Reagan’s running mate during a 1976 White House bid.
A Wells Fargo bank in Sterling, Va. was robbed Dec. 13.