Images: Through the Film Magnifier: belly dancing, NFL Strike, Penn and Teller, Great America and more

 
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Posted8/26/2019 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of the end of the NFL strike, belly dancing, Penn and Teller, backyard bible class, Great America and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bears Walter Payton and Jim McMahon sing a football as the team gathered in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bears Walter Payton and Jim McMahon sing a football as the team gathered in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bear Mike Singletary talks to the media in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bear Mike Singletary talks to the media in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bears gathered in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,960-A, Gilbert Boucher photo: Chicago Bears gathered in Lake Forest for the end of the National Football League Players Association strike in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 96,740, Rich Chapman photo: Comedians Penn and Teller perform in Chicago in April of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 96,740, Rich Chapman photo: Comedians Penn and Teller perform in Chicago in April of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 96,740, Rich Chapman photo: Comedians Penn and Teller perform in Chicago in April of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 96,740, Rich Chapman photo: Comedians Penn and Teller perform in Chicago in April of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,741 Jim Frost photo: Belly dancers were abundant in Elk Grove Village where 130 women took part in park district belly dancing classes in March of 1974. Soheir Hammoud, who taught the art in Egypt, demonstrated a dip for some of her future dancers who learned from 25 to 90 dance steps during the eight-week course.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,741 Jim Frost photo: Belly dancers were abundant in Elk Grove Village where 130 women took part in park district belly dancing classes in March of 1974. Soheir Hammoud, who taught the art in Egypt, demonstrated a dip for some of her future dancers who learned from 25 to 90 dance steps during the eight-week course.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 14,757, Tom Jachimiec photo: Don Roberts, 12, may be the only newsboy who delivers his papers by riding a pony through the streets of north DuPage County in October of 1969. It not only saves him time and shoe leather, but it's fun.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 14,757, Tom Jachimiec photo: Don Roberts, 12, may be the only newsboy who delivers his papers by riding a pony through the streets of north DuPage County in October of 1969. It not only saves him time and shoe leather, but it's fun.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 14,757, Tom Jachimiec photo: Don Roberts, 12, may be the only newsboy who delivers his papers by riding a pony through the streets of north DuPage County in October of 1969. It not only saves him time and shoe leather, but it's fun.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 14,757, Tom Jachimiec photo: Don Roberts, 12, may be the only newsboy who delivers his papers by riding a pony through the streets of north DuPage County in October of 1969. It not only saves him time and shoe leather, but it's fun.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Alabama Governor George Wallace is greeted by a Chicago Police Officer as he arrives in Chicago as part of his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Alabama Governor George Wallace is greeted by a Chicago Police Officer as he arrives in Chicago as part of his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Supporters of Alabama Governor George Wallace greet him during a campaign stop in Chicago as part of his run for Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Supporters of Alabama Governor George Wallace greet him during a campaign stop in Chicago as part of his run for Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Alabama Governor George Wallace speaks during a campaign appearance in Chicago as part of his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,972, Jim Frost photo: Alabama Governor George Wallace speaks during a campaign appearance in Chicago as part of his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in January of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,206, Bob Finch photo: A Mount Prospect violin repairman crafts a new violin in his shop in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,206, Bob Finch photo: A Mount Prospect violin repairman crafts a new violin in his shop in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,206, Bob Finch photo: A Mount Prospect violin repairman crafts a new violin in his shop in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,206, Bob Finch photo: A Mount Prospect violin repairman crafts a new violin in his shop in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway with stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway with stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Greg Warner photo: Trading stained glass for green grass, the Backyard Bible Klub was underway stories and lollipops at the home of Samuel Green in Arlington Heights in July of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,596, Dom Najolia photo: A young man takes part in the Pitch, Hit and Throw program at the Rolling Meadows Park District in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,596, Dom Najolia photo: A young man takes part in the Pitch, Hit and Throw program at the Rolling Meadows Park District in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,670, Mike Seeling photo: This young rider appears in Schaumburg Bicycle court in June of 1969 with his mother for violating one of the rules of the road. The bicycle court is held in connection with the bicycle safety program of the Schaumburg Police Department. James Guthrie, village trustee, presides in the court. In nine years, no youth has ever appeared in court twice. All of the youngsters cited were reminded for the need for safety rules.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,670, Mike Seeling photo: This young rider appears in Schaumburg Bicycle court in June of 1969 with his mother for violating one of the rules of the road. The bicycle court is held in connection with the bicycle safety program of the Schaumburg Police Department. James Guthrie, village trustee, presides in the court. In nine years, no youth has ever appeared in court twice. All of the youngsters cited were reminded for the need for safety rules.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 97,475, Gilbert Boucher photo: Barrington High School physics students took angle finders, protractors and accelerometers to Six Flags Great America to study principals of physics in Gurnee in May of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 97,475, Gilbert Boucher photo: Barrington High School physics students took angle finders, protractors and accelerometers to Six Flags Great America to study principals of physics in Gurnee in May of 1989.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,677, Kent Kriegshauser photo: Parents cheer on a youngster as he runs during the preschool Olympics in Schaumburg in September of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,677, Kent Kriegshauser photo: Parents cheer on a youngster as he runs during the preschool Olympics in Schaumburg in September of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,677, Kent Kriegshauser photo: A young girl walks on a balance beam during the preschool Olympics in Schaumburg in September of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,677, Kent Kriegshauser photo: A young girl walks on a balance beam during the preschool Olympics in Schaumburg in September of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,631, Mike Seeling photo: Richard Spevakl of the Chicago Zoological Society aims a tranquilizer gun at an elk in Elk Grove Village in March of 1974. Two elk from the herd on Higgins Road were chosen to help bring a new herd to an Indiana state park.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 31,631, Mike Seeling photo: Richard Spevakl of the Chicago Zoological Society aims a tranquilizer gun at an elk in Elk Grove Village in March of 1974. Two elk from the herd on Higgins Road were chosen to help bring a new herd to an Indiana state park.
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