After she and her husband lost their Oklahoma farm, she helped other farmers weather hard times.
A longtime magazine editor and publishing executive, he co-wrote Gale Sayers’s “I Am Third,” which became the basis for the TV movie.
The adopted daughter of the Bambino, she preserved his legacy into a new century.
Mr. Powers was a law school dean and later became president of the University of Texas.
He covered golf and football for Sports Illustrated and published wry, rollicking novels about sports.
She had a long stage career before her Emmy-nominated roles in “Soap” and “Who’s the Boss?”
With his atmospheric tales of espionage, he was called the American counterpart to John le Carré.
His revelatory CBS documentaries won dozens of awards and changed public perceptions.
He wrote several studies of jazz history and was also an authority on ice hockey.
Charlie Parker credited with the jazz legend’s biggest hit.