Obituaries Related to "Kidd" from New York Times Archive
Jason Kidd sliced through a mob of cameras, microphones and bodies, settled into a padded chair and tried to dispel the chaos with a simple three-word introduction: “I’m a Net.”
Mr. Kidd was the award-winning choreographer of exuberant dance numbers for Broadway shows like “Guys and Dolls” and Hollywood musicals including “The Band Wagon.”
Michael Kidd was an award-winning choreographer of exuberant dance numbers for Broadway and Hollywood.
David Kidd, an American expatriate who became so imbued with traditional Chinese and Japanese art and culture that by end of his career he was teaching Japanese traditions to Japanese, dies at age 69; photo (M)
Kidd, Samuel E (Rev Dr)
Kidd, Glenn O
Kidd, (Mrs) Ronald (Kathleen M)
Kidd, Phil C
ADMIRAL KIDD DEAD IN ACTION IN HAWAII; Navy Reveals He Was Among Victims in Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor Sunday
U S Rear Adm I C Kidd killed in action, Pearl Harbor
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