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Obituaries Related to "Monroe" from New York Times Archive


Dixie Evans, Who Brought ‘Monroe’ to Burlesque Houses, Dies at 86

2013-08-11T00:49:38+0000

In an act that played at burlesque houses across the country, Ms. Evans mimicked the speech, shimmy and look of Marilyn Monroe.


Mary Jane McCaffree Monroe, Protocol Authority, Dies at 106

2018-07-31T19:48:22+0000

As a top aide to Mamie Eisenhower, she kept the White House social scene organized. Then, with a co-author, she wrote the book on the subject.


Meechy Monroe, a YouTube Star for Her Natural Hair Lessons, Dies at 32

2017-07-13T22:30:26+0000

Ms. Monroe achieved online fame with style tutorials that empowered black women to forgo harsh chemicals and embrace the natural hair movement.


Norman Brokaw, Agent to Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley, Dies at 89

2016-11-01T01:47:48+0000

Mr. Brokaw rose from teenage mail clerk to top mogul at the William Morris talent agency, where he broke ground in the fledgling television industry.


George Barris, Photographer Who Captured the Last Images of Marilyn Monroe, Dies at 94

2016-10-04T21:14:27+0000

Monroe and Mr. Barris had been friends for almost a decade. He told numerous interviewers over the years that he did not believe her death was a suicide.


Monroe Freedman, Influential Voice on Legal Ethics, Dies at 86

2015-03-03T03:46:06+0000

Professor Freedman, who was credited with inventing legal ethics as a serious academic subject, was especially concerned with lawyers’ responsibilities toward their clients and with access to justice.


Dixie Evans, Who Brought ‘Monroe’ to Burlesque Houses, Dies at 86

2013-08-11T00:49:38+0000

In an act that played at burlesque houses across the country, Ms. Evans mimicked the speech, shimmy and look of Marilyn Monroe.


Bert Stern, Elite Photographer Known for Images of Marilyn Monroe, Dies at 83

2013-06-27T01:43:03+0000

Mr. Stern helped redefine advertising and fashion art in the 1950s and ’60s.


Hal Schaefer, Jazz Pianist and Marilyn Monroe Friend, Dies at 87

2012-12-13T03:18:59+0000

Mr. Schaefer was an arranger and modern jazz composer, as well as a vocal coach to Marilyn Monroe and other film stars.


Bill Monroe, ‘Meet the Press’ Host, Dies at 90

2011-02-17T20:27:42+0000

Mr. Monroe, the moderator of the NBC Sunday morning news program from 1975 to 1984, also spent time as the network’s Washington bureau chief and as Washington editor of the “Today” show.



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A master of the assist, he played alongside Bill Walton and Jamaal Wilkes on teams that John Wooden led to the N.C.A.A. championship in 1972 and 1973.

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He first gained wide recognition for his work with John Coltrane. He went on to a fertile, prolific career, releasing dozens of albums as a leader.



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