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This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Read about others here. He stood beside her while the wind whipped around them and smoke clouded the air. That was all Ms. Boggs needed to hear to cast aside her cosseted Southern upbringing. The two married inand after a few years in exile and then a revolution, he would become president of a governing junta in Costa Rica. Boggs, whose life spanned more than a century and crossed multiple cultures, passions and avocations, was when she died on Sept. She had been born during the influenza pandemic ofwhich killed 50 million people worldwide.

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She died in the current pandemic: The cause was the novel coronavirus, according to her daughter, Muni Figueres, a former Costa Rican ambassador to the United States. Where Ms. Boggs picked up the virus remains a mystery. Figueres said in a phone interview.

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Figueres said, and she had not gone to the hospital. Over the course of her long life, Ms. Boggs — a woman with a sharp wit, an aristocratic bearing and a sense of adventure remarkable for her time and place — assumed celebrity status in Alabama. At every turn she challenged the segregated and patriarchal society in which she was raised. As a youth, she cut church on Sundays and sneaked off to the drugstore for Cokes and cigarettes. As a young woman traveling in Latin America, she wrote to her hometown newspaper, The Birmingham News, with detailed descriptions of the poverty and deprivation she witnessed.

Boggs was fond of saying. Her romance with Mr. Her parents were horrified that she wanted to marry him. The marriage catapulted Ms. Boggs, a prolific writer, into a drama she could never have scripted. After her husband was exiled from Costa Rica, they traveled in Latin America and Mexico as an ordinary couple researching coffee production by day while holding clandestine political meetings by night. At the same time, they were smuggling arms back to Costa Rica for its brewing revolution. Kalin said in a telephone interview.

Boggs was often on the run with their two young children. Figueres led the victorious ruling provisional junta for 18 months, from to With Ms. Boggs as his full intellectual partner, he restored democracy and enacted economic reforms modeled on those of Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Depression.

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Under pressure from his wife, he granted women and Afro-Costa Ricans the right to vote. He gave in, she said, just to get her off his back. But 10 years in, the marriage waned. She divorced Mr. Boggs was drawn back to Alabama temporarily in to support the Montgomery bus boycott, the Black-led protest against segregated seating.

She was one of many volunteers who drove protesters to their jobs so that they could continue to avoid using the buses. The U. Supreme Court ultimately struck down segregated seating, an early victory for the civil rights movement. Boggs moved back to New York and spent time intermittently in Paris, where her daughter was studying. She then received a letter from an old friend from high school, Hugh C. MacGuire, a prominent surgeon in Montgomery.

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He suggested that she look him up when she came back to the states. In she did, and they married the same year.

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MacGuire was also a pilot, and when he needed a co-pilot, his wife took flying lessons and earned her. Her father, Ralph E. Boggs, was a civil engineer. Her mother, Mary Esther Long Boggs, was a homemaker.

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Her father thought his job prospects were better in Birmingham, then a booming steel town, and in he moved the family to Alabama and started a construction business. Henrietta attended Birmingham-Southern College and studied English.

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The Southern way of life was something sacred. That restlessness led her to Costa Rica. An aunt and uncle had retired there and bought a coffee farm, and inafter her junior year, Ms. Boggs left college to visit them.

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There she met Mr. Figueres, who was doing business with her uncle. Invited to lunch to discuss a coffee deal, by her he fell for her at first sight. After his provisional presidency, Mr. He died in In addition to her daughter, Ms. Boggs is survived by her sister, Lucy Boggs Dustheimer, as well as 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

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Her son, Jose Marti Figueres, died in She and Dr. MacGuire divorced in Still going strong in her late 70s, Ms. Boggs co-founded a magazine called Montgomery Living in Though she sold it it is now called ALMetroshe continued to write for it. Her last article is to be published posthumously.

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And she did volunteer work for numerous civic, nonprofit and charitable organizations.

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Her reporting at The State won more than three dozen state and regional awards.