Three-time Democratic presidential nominee, remembered for his 'Cross of Gold' speech.
Successor to Tom Brokaw as anchor of 'NBC Nightly News.'
Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, appointed by George W. Bush.
Lawyer and diplomat who served as U.S. Secretary of State in Bill Clinton's first term.
African-American conservative political commentator with a syndicated newspaper column, radio show, and television program.
Modernist graphic designer known for creating logos for IBM, UPS, and ABC, among others.
NFL quarterback who played for the Buccaneers and Redskins, receiving the Super Bowl XXII MVP award after the Redskins' decisive 1988 victory.
American science fiction author known for 'Ubik' and 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?'
Children's author and winner of the Newbery Medal for the classic 1969 young adult novel 'Sounder'.
Welsh social reformer who attempted to found a utopian colony at New Harmony, Indiana.
Longest-serving Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, sometimes called 'Wild Bill' for his advocacy of environmental issues and manner. Appointed by FDR, he was known for his expansive view of freedom of expression.
American philosopher and psychologist associated with the philosophical school known as pragmatism. Author of 'The Varieties of Religious Experience' and brother of novelist Henry.
U.S. senator representing Kentucky, known for his identification with the Tea Party movement.
Signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence as a delegate from New York. His half-brother Gouverneur was a key member of the Constitutional Convention.
Savannah antiques dealer whose trial for the murder of his assistant, Danny Hansford, is chronicled in the book 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil'.
Captain of the MV Maersk Alabama, which was hijacked by Somali pirates. Played by Tom Hanks in a 2013 film.
Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court appointed by Herbert Hoover. He was the swing vote whose change in position on the New Deal has been called the 'switch in time that saved nine', and he chaired the commission that investigated the Pearl Harbor attack.
Pro Bowl running back who played from 1990-2000, primarily with the Seattle Seahawks, whose team career rushing record he held until 2005.
Falsetto-voiced singer-songwriter of the 1979 #1 hit 'Sad Eyes' who also charted with a cover of 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight'.
American Color Field artist known for thinning his paint and pouring it down the canvas, producing a brightly-colored, striped effect.