Henry Loeb, a self-described segregationist who was mayor...

Deaths elsewhere

September 18, 1992

Henry Loeb, a self-described segregationist who was mayor of Memphis, Tenn., during the 1968 strike by garbage workers that drew the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to that city, died Tuesday at a Memphis hospital where he had been a patient for about a month.

Sally Conforte, who quietly ran the Mustang Ranch legal brothel in Reno, Nev., while her husband, Joe, grabbed the headlines, died Sept. 7 after a long battle with diabetes. She was 75.

Bradford K. Bachrach, 81, retired president of Bachrach Photographers, the noted portrait studio chain, died on Sept. 10 at his home in Wellesley, Mass.

Roger Wagner, 78, the mercurial conductor who in a four-decade career made his name pre-eminent in the choral music arena, died yesterday in his native France.

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