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M. Caldwell Butler, a Key Vote Against Nixon, Dies at 89

2014-07-30T00:58:47+0000

As a freshman Republican representative and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, Mr. Butler voted to impeach President Richard M. Nixon, then wept.


Zoe Caldwell, Winner of Four Tony Awards, Is Dead at 86

2020-02-18T23:49:15+0000

Her signature performances included the title role in “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” and Maria Callas in “Master Class.”


Bettye Caldwell, Educator Who Helped Pave Way for Head Start, Dies at 91

2016-04-22T16:38:51+0000

Dr. Caldwell, a longtime advocate for what she called educare, collaborated on a pilot project that helped prepare poor children for elementary school.


Caldwell Jones, Shot-Blocking Basketball Star, Dies at 64

2014-09-24T02:52:41+0000

Caldwell Jones, who helped the Philadelphia 76ers to three N.B.A. finals appearances, was a top defender who also had smooth, slithery move to the basket, a fluid hook shot and a reliable short-range jumper.


M. Caldwell Butler, a Key Vote Against Nixon, Dies at 89

2014-07-30T00:58:47+0000

As a freshman Republican representative and a member of the House Judiciary Committee, Mr. Butler voted to impeach President Richard M. Nixon, then wept.


Philip Caldwell, First Nonfamily Member to Head Ford, Is Dead at 93

2013-07-11T15:49:33+0000

Outsiders were stunned when Henry Ford II dismissed Lee Iacocca as president of Ford Motor in 1977 and elevated Mr. Caldwell, who was nearly unknown outside the company.


Carole Caldwell Graebner, Tennis Star, Dies at 65

2008-11-21T01:40:36+0000

Graebner was a top-ranked player and tireless supporter of the Fed Cup, an international tennis competition that she and her longtime friend Billie Jean King helped inaugurate.


Paid Notice: Deaths CALDWELL, SARAH

2006-03-28T05:00:00+0000

CALDWELL - Sarah. New York City Opera mourns the passing of a great American operatic pioneer, as well as a dear friend and colleague. As founding director of the Opera Company of Boston, Miss Caldwell brought innovative repertoire, adventurous productions, and worldclass artists to America. She debuted at New York City Opera in 1973, as director of the New York stage premiere of Henze's ''The Young Lord'' (featuring Sir Rudolf Bing as Sir Edgar); and made her conducting debut here in 1976 with ...


Paid Notice: Deaths CALDWELL, SARAH

2006-03-26T05:00:00+0000

CALDWELL--Sarah. The Metropolitan Opera deeply mourns the death of our dear friend and colleague, conductor Sarah Caldwell. The first woman ever to conduct at the Met, she was not only a trail blazer, but made an incalculable contribution to opera in this country. Her probing intelligence, ready wit, and seemingly boundless energy will be sorely missed. Joseph Volpe, Gen. Mgr. James Levine, Music Dir.


Sarah Caldwell, Indomitable Director of the Opera Company of Boston, Dies at 82

2006-03-25T05:00:00+0000

Sarah Caldwell, one of America's best known and most adventurous conductors and opera directors and founding director of Opera Company of Boston, dies at age 82; photo (M)



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