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For this week's #TBT Gallery, we take a look back 50 years to November 1967.

Daily Herald photographers were out getting everything from strikes, to homemakers, to school dances and even the blessing of a Civil Defense rescue truck in Wood Dale.

A Veterans Day parade made its way through Arlington Heights and football players played their game on a muddy field.

Around the country and the world, the Vietnam War continued with the Battle of Bak, and the New Orleans Saints had their 1st NFL victory, beating the Philadelphia Eagles 31-24.

A Junior Miss pageant in Arlington Heights.
  A Junior Miss pageant in Arlington Heights.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A Veterans Day parade makes its way through Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
  A Veterans Day parade makes its way through Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Children get a story hour at North School in Itasca.
  Children get a story hour at North School in Itasca.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A book fair in Barrington in November of 1967.
  A book fair in Barrington in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Teachers have a workshop in Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
  Teachers have a workshop in Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
The blessing of a Civil Defense rescue truck in Wood Dale.
  The blessing of a Civil Defense rescue truck in Wood Dale.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Twins show off their Barbie dolls and clothes in Palatine.
  Twins show off their Barbie dolls and clothes in Palatine.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Kids get a tour of Streamwood Public Library in November of 1967.
  Kids get a tour of Streamwood Public Library in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
High school students attend a dance at Lake Park High School in Medinah fifty years ago.
  High school students attend a dance at Lake Park High School in Medinah fifty years ago.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A television prize at Douglas Savings in Arlington Heights.
  A television prize at Douglas Savings in Arlington Heights.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Boys pose with some new playground equipment in Wheeling in November of 1967.
  Boys pose with some new playground equipment in Wheeling in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A strike in Des Plaines in November of 1967.
  A strike in Des Plaines in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Mrs. Snider, a successful homemaker in Arlington Heights, shows off her skills in November of 1967.
  Mrs. Snider, a successful homemaker in Arlington Heights, shows off her skills in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A woman shows off a Japanese garden in Mount Prospect.
  A woman shows off a Japanese garden in Mount Prospect.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A Lake Park football game in the mud in Medinah in November of 1967.
  A Lake Park football game in the mud in Medinah in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
Women check out a bazaar at Northwest Community Hospital.
  Women check out a bazaar at Northwest Community Hospital.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A man gets the snow off a football field in Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
  A man gets the snow off a football field in Arlington Heights in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A woman strikes a yoga pose in November of 1967.
  A woman strikes a yoga pose in November of 1967.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A Veterans Day parade in Arlington Heights.
  A Veterans Day parade in Arlington Heights.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A variety show at Prospect High School.
  A variety show at Prospect High School.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
A water tower in Palatine gets taken down.
  A water tower in Palatine gets taken down.
Daily Herald file photo, 1967
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