Clyde Connel,96, recognized for her use of natural materials in her paintings and sculptures, died Friday in Shreveport, La. She underwent surgery for colon cancer last month.
She has been the subject of at least two books. Her work was featured in the show "Different Drummers" at the Hirschhorn Museum of Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington.
Emily Hartshorne Mudd,99, who established Pennsylvania's first birth control clinic and gained international recognition as one of the founders of the marriage-counseling profession, died Saturday in Philadelphia.
Donald Rawley,40, an author, poet and journalist whose works have appeared in some top American literary magazines including the New Yorker, died in Los Angeles on Sunday of complications from AIDS.
Maria Torok,72, a European psychoanalyst who rejected Freud's ideas on the female psyche, died in New York on March 25 from complications of leukemia. Her methods led many Holocaust survivors to her Paris office seeking treatment from 1956 to 1996.
Daniel H. Huyett III,a retired U.S. district judge, died Friday of natural causes in Reading, Pa., the day before his 77th birthday. He served as the first director of the Federal Judges Association and was a law teacher and an accomplished legal author.
Pub Date: 5/05/98