Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Dallas Green, Tony LaRussa, The Lone Ranger, electric cars, a war protest and more

 
 
Updated 1/3/2020 11:36 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Dallas Green, Tony LaRussa, early electric cars, Vietnam War protest, clowns pumping gas and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,584, Bob Finch photo: "Give Peace a Chance" and other anti-war ballads filed the cold air at Kopp Park during a sparsely attend peace rally in Prospect Heights in December of 1969. 40 people attended and the Northwest Suburban Peace Coalition of Students fore Peace called the demonstration a success.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,584, Bob Finch photo: "Give Peace a Chance" and other anti-war ballads filed the cold air at Kopp Park during a sparsely attend peace rally in Prospect Heights in December of 1969. 40 people attended and the Northwest Suburban Peace Coalition of Students fore Peace called the demonstration a success.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,584, Bob Finch   photo: "Give Peace a Chance" and other anti-war ballads filed the cold air at Kopp Park during a sparsely attend peace rally in Prospect Heights in December of 1969. 40 people attended and the Northwest Suburban Peace Coalition of Students fore Peace called the demonstration a success.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,584, Bob Finch photo: "Give Peace a Chance" and other anti-war ballads filed the cold air at Kopp Park during a sparsely attend peace rally in Prospect Heights in December of 1969. 40 people attended and the Northwest Suburban Peace Coalition of Students fore Peace called the demonstration a success.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch   photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch   photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,140, Bob Finch photo: Members of the Palatine Township Leisure Club enjoyed playing cards at the Park District's Community Building in April of 1969. The women usually play bridge or pinochle. They would like to have play bingo, but state law forbids it.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,398, Bob Finch photo: Computers come in different sizes and shapes, as teacher Jordan Siedband demonstrates to students in the Harper College "Computers and the Family" course in Palatine in November of 1973. The course offers parents and children the chance to learn about computers, computer programming and other forms of technology.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,398, Bob Finch photo: Computers come in different sizes and shapes, as teacher Jordan Siedband demonstrates to students in the Harper College "Computers and the Family" course in Palatine in November of 1973. The course offers parents and children the chance to learn about computers, computer programming and other forms of technology.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,398, Bob Finch photo: Computers come in different sizes and shapes, as teacher Jordan Siedband demonstrates to students in the Harper College "Computers and the Family" course in Palatine in November of 1973. The course offers parents and children the chance to learn about computers, computer programming and other forms of technology.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,398, Bob Finch photo: Computers come in different sizes and shapes, as teacher Jordan Siedband demonstrates to students in the Harper College "Computers and the Family" course in Palatine in November of 1973. The course offers parents and children the chance to learn about computers, computer programming and other forms of technology.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,452, Anne Cusack photo: A man exits the voting booth after casting his ballot at the Palatine Kmart in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 43,452, Anne Cusack photo: A man exits the voting booth after casting his ballot at the Palatine Kmart in April of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,189, Greg Warner photo: Clowns were used to promote gas sales at the Shell station in Rolling Meadows in August of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,189, Greg Warner photo: Clowns were used to promote gas sales at the Shell station in Rolling Meadows in August of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,189, Greg Warner photo: Clowns were used to promote gas sales at the Shell station in Rolling Meadows in August of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,189, Greg Warner photo: Clowns were used to promote gas sales at the Shell station in Rolling Meadows in August of 1972.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 86,381, Sig Bokalders photo: Chicago Cubs General Manager Dallas Green signs autographs at the DieHard Cub Fans Convention in Chicago in February of 1987.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 86,381, Sig Bokalders photo: Chicago Cubs General Manager Dallas Green signs autographs at the DieHard Cub Fans Convention in Chicago in February of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,759, Barry Jarvinen photo: New Chicago White Sox manager Tony LaRussa is interviewed in Chicago after replacing Don Kissinger as manager in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,759, Barry Jarvinen photo: New Chicago White Sox manager Tony LaRussa is interviewed in Chicago after replacing Don Kissinger as manager in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,759, Barry Jarvinen photo: New Chicago White Sox manager Tony LaRussa is interviewed in Chicago after replacing Don Kissinger as manager in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,759, Barry Jarvinen photo: New Chicago White Sox manager Tony LaRussa is interviewed in Chicago after replacing Don Kissinger as manager in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,259, Bob Ringham photo: The Lone Ranger, at least in the eyes of his fans, Clayton Moore celebrated his 65th birthday in Chicago in September of 1979. Moore, who has resorted to wearing sunglasses since a judge mad him pull off his mask, hopes he can one day again bill himself as the legendary masked man.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,259, Bob Ringham photo: The Lone Ranger, at least in the eyes of his fans, Clayton Moore celebrated his 65th birthday in Chicago in September of 1979. Moore, who has resorted to wearing sunglasses since a judge mad him pull off his mask, hopes he can one day again bill himself as the legendary masked man.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,306, Dom Najolia photo: A robot was on display in an elementary classroom in Schaumburg in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42,306, Dom Najolia photo: A robot was on display in an elementary classroom in Schaumburg in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Bill Shafer of Oak Park checks the batteries on his converted DAF import in July of 1979. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Bill Shafer of Oak Park checks the batteries on his converted DAF import in July of 1979. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Gould technicians test the driving range of an electric jeep at their headquarters in Rolling Meadows in July of 1979. Gould is working with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a new battery that will improve mileage and overall performance of electric vehicles. The U.S. Postal Service was using 350 electric vehicles equipped with Gould propulsion systems.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Gould technicians test the driving range of an electric jeep at their headquarters in Rolling Meadows in July of 1979. Gould is working with the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a new battery that will improve mileage and overall performance of electric vehicles. The U.S. Postal Service was using 350 electric vehicles equipped with Gould propulsion systems.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: The electric car owned bym Bill Shafer of Oak Park. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: The electric car owned bym Bill Shafer of Oak Park. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Bill Shafer of Oak Park drives around in is DAF import electric car in July of 1979. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,745, Barry Jarvinen photo: Bill Shafer of Oak Park drives around in is DAF import electric car in July of 1979. Recharging the batteries each night adds about $4 a month to his electric bill but he estimates it saves him about $16 in gas in the same period. The car could only travel 21 miles before it needed to be recharged.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Bob Finch photo: The dogs were on their best behavior during a 4-H dog obedience class in Arlington Heights in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Bob Finch photo: The dogs were on their best behavior during a 4-H dog obedience class in Arlington Heights in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Bob Finch photo: The dogs were on their best behavior during a 4-H dog obedience class in Arlington Heights in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 25,635, Bob Finch photo: The dogs were on their best behavior during a 4-H dog obedience class in Arlington Heights in June of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,805, Scott Sanders photo: Presidential candidate George H.W. Bush gets some last minute advice, along with Gov. Jim Thompson, before speaking at a campaign event in Rosemont in November of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 89,805, Scott Sanders photo: Presidential candidate George H.W. Bush gets some last minute advice, along with Gov. Jim Thompson, before speaking at a campaign event in Rosemont in November of 1987.
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