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Norman Dane Vaughan, Antarctic Explorer, Dies at 100

2005-12-27T05:00:00+0000

Norman Vaughan, a legendary Alaskan explorer and dog sled racer, and the last surviving member of Adm. Richard E. Byrd's expedition to Antarctica in 1928-30, died Friday at a hospital in Anchorage. He was 100. The death was confirmed by the Providence Alaska Medical Center.


Vaughan Oliver, 62, Dies; His Designs Gave Indie Rock ‘Physical Dimension’

2020-01-03T17:50:46+0000

Mr. Oliver’s album covers for the 4AD label were a fitting complement to music by influential alternative bands like Pixies and the Breeders.


Vaughan Oliver, 62, Dies; His Designs Gave Indie Rock ‘Physical Dimension’

2020-01-03T17:50:46+0000

Mr. Oliver’s album covers for the 4AD label were a fitting complement to music by influential alternative bands like Pixies and the Breeders.


David Vaughan, Chronicler of Dance History, Dies at 93

2017-11-01T19:53:04+0000

He was the Merce Cunningham company’s archivist and wrote definitive biographies of choreographers. He also did some dancing and choreography himself.


Peter Vaughan, Maester Aemon in ‘Game of Thrones,’ Dies at 93

2016-12-07T03:06:26+0000

Mr. Vaughan had an acting career in films and British television for more than 50 years before his turn as the blind mentor to Jon Snow in the HBO series.


Stuart Vaughan, Director and Shakespeare Expert, Dies at 88

2014-06-19T02:40:47+0000

Mr. Vaughan, who got his start directing the first productions of the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1956, professed a loyalty to the text and an aversion to “revisionist approaches.”


Samuel S. Vaughan, Publisher at Doubleday, Dies at 83

2012-02-01T17:40:46+0000

Mr. Vaughan, known for a decorous manner and democratic instincts, worked with a wide range of writers, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, William F. Buckley Jr. and Fannie Flagg.


Norman Dane Vaughan, Antarctic Explorer, Dies at 100

2005-12-27T05:00:00+0000

Norman Vaughan, a legendary Alaskan explorer and dog sled racer, and the last surviving member of Adm. Richard E. Byrd's expedition to Antarctica in 1928-30, died Friday at a hospital in Anchorage. He was 100. The death was confirmed by the Providence Alaska Medical Center.


Paid Notice: Deaths MCMAHON, THOMAS VAUGHAN

2004-02-19T05:00:00+0000

McMAHON--Thomas Vaughan, of Westhampton Beach, NY, died on February 17, 2004, surrounded by his family. Tom is survived by Barbara, his devoted wife of 50 years, as well as four children and their spouses, Don and Kate Galletly of Houston, TX, Molly and Frank Maguire of Darien, CT, Tom and Hilary McMahon of Hillsborough, CA, and Mimi and Frank Melo of Walpole, MA. Known to his grandchildren and their friends as ''Dear'', Tom's seven grandchildren are Barbara and Patrice Galletly, Julie and Frank ...


Paid Notice: Deaths VAUGHAN, THOMAS

2003-05-06T05:00:00+0000

VAUGHAN - Thomas. The New York Times records with deep sorrow the passing of Thomas Vaughan, associated with The Times from June 1981 until retiring in December 1999.



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