Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Boxing, Belly Dancing, Baby Racing, Veterans Day and more

 
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See Daily Herald archived images of baby racing, belly dancing, backyard boxing, Veterans Day, Miss Arlington Heights and more in our latest installment of Through the Film Magnifier.

The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 21,924, Jim Cook photo: Daily Herald sports writer Larry Mlynczak, right, and Elk Grove student Dan Connelly boxed a couple of rounds in the backyard boxing rink in Elk Grove Village in June of 1971.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 21,924, Jim Cook photo: Daily Herald sports writer Larry Mlynczak, right, and Elk Grove student Dan Connelly boxed a couple of rounds in the backyard boxing rink in Elk Grove Village in June of 1971.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 13,195, Tom Grieger photo: Belly dancing was part of the grand reopening of Uncle Any's restaurant in Palatine in April of 1969.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 13,195, Tom Grieger photo: Belly dancing was part of the grand reopening of Uncle Any's restaurant in Palatine in April of 1969.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: Rolling Meadows resident Jim Blue surveys the damage at his parent's home after a tornado in Rolling Meadows in June of 1975.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: Rolling Meadows resident Jim Blue surveys the damage at his parent's home after a tornado in Rolling Meadows in June of 1975.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: Electrical crews work to restore power after tornado damage in Rolling Meadows in June of 1975.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: Electrical crews work to restore power after tornado damage in Rolling Meadows in June of 1975.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 67,919, Nancy Stone photo: Simon and Garfunkel perform in Chicago in July of 1983.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 67,919, Nancy Stone photo: Simon and Garfunkel perform in Chicago in July of 1983.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 67,919, Nancy Stone photo: Simon and Garfunkel perform in Chicago in July of 1983.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 67,919, Nancy Stone photo: Simon and Garfunkel perform in Chicago in July of 1983.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,897, Tom Grieger photo: As part of Beautify Addison Week, Brownies from Troop 362 worked to spruce up the entrance to Westview subdivision in May of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,897, Tom Grieger photo: As part of Beautify Addison Week, Brownies from Troop 362 worked to spruce up the entrance to Westview subdivision in May of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 81,068, Jon Kirn photo: Actor Chuck Norris on during a press interview in Chicago in February of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 81,068, Jon Kirn photo: Actor Chuck Norris on during a press interview in Chicago in February of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 8,566, Bob Strawn photo: A 21-gun-salute was part of the Veterans Day parade in Hoffman Estates in November of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 8,566, Bob Strawn photo: A 21-gun-salute was part of the Veterans Day parade in Hoffman Estates in November of 1967.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 68,276, Nancy Stone photo: Chicago Cubs manager Lee Elia doesn't seem to be too happy during a press conference at Wrigley Field in August of 1983. Elia was fired after the 1983 season.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 68,276, Nancy Stone photo: Chicago Cubs manager Lee Elia doesn't seem to be too happy during a press conference at Wrigley Field in August of 1983. Elia was fired after the 1983 season.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 46,291, Barry Jarvinen photo: A group of men learn the finer points of disco dancing in Arlington Heights in February of 1978.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 82641, Dave Tonge photo: The race was on for these tots in Mount Prospect during a crawl-a-thon race that spanned eight feet in May of 1986.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 82641, Dave Tonge photo: The race was on for these tots in Mount Prospect during a crawl-a-thon race that spanned eight feet in May of 1986.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: A girl from the Elk Grove Weslelyan Church youth group reads the Bible from the pulpit as part of a bible reading marathon in December of 1976. Youth read in half-hour shifts from Dec. 21 through Dec. 24.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 36,541, photographer unknown: A girl from the Elk Grove Weslelyan Church youth group reads the Bible from the pulpit as part of a bible reading marathon in December of 1976. Youth read in half-hour shifts from Dec. 21 through Dec. 24.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 83,248, Vince Pierri photo: The winner of the Miss Arlington Heights contest is announced during Frontier Days in Arlington Heights in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 83,248, Vince Pierri photo: The winner of the Miss Arlington Heights contest is announced during Frontier Days in Arlington Heights in July of 1986.
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