Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Snow Forts, William Shatner, Jane Fonda, Turtle Races and more

 
 
Updated 2/12/2020 10:09 PM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of William Shatner, Jane Fonda, snow forts, turtle races and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: After they saw other kids on their block in Elk Grove Village building snow forts, the Janos kids, John, right, Philip, left and Cindy decided they needed to build one too. They added a snow bench to sit on as well. The fort was constructed in January of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: After they saw other kids on their block in Elk Grove Village building snow forts, the Janos kids, John, right, Philip, left and Cindy decided they needed to build one too. They added a snow bench to sit on as well. The fort was constructed in January of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,248, Craig Camp photo: You're never too old to dance, and Tony Galgano is proof of that. Galgano, 74, teaches a social dance class at the Mount Prospect Senior Center every Thursday afternoon. Although his favorite dances are rumbas and tangos, he and his partner 62-year-old Elsie Peterson, will try an dance.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,248, Craig Camp photo: You're never too old to dance, and Tony Galgano is proof of that. Galgano, 74, teaches a social dance class at the Mount Prospect Senior Center every Thursday afternoon. Although his favorite dances are rumbas and tangos, he and his partner 62-year-old Elsie Peterson, will try an dance.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,248, Craig Camp photo: You're never too old to dance, and Tony Galgano is proof of that. Galgano, 74, teaches a social dance class in December of 1979 at the Mount Prospect Senior Center every Thursday afternoon. Although his favorite dances are rumbas and tangos, he and his partner 62-year-old Elsie Peterson, will try an dance.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,248, Craig Camp photo: You're never too old to dance, and Tony Galgano is proof of that. Galgano, 74, teaches a social dance class in December of 1979 at the Mount Prospect Senior Center every Thursday afternoon. Although his favorite dances are rumbas and tangos, he and his partner 62-year-old Elsie Peterson, will try an dance.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,882, Jay Needleman photo: Rex Zimmerman of Addolorate Village in Wheeling always has time for a good story. He tries to visit with all the residents regularly, so they all know him and often stop him in the hallway to chat in February of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,882, Jay Needleman photo: Rex Zimmerman of Addolorate Village in Wheeling always has time for a good story. He tries to visit with all the residents regularly, so they all know him and often stop him in the hallway to chat in February of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,812, Dom Najolia photo: Actor William Shatner, best known as Capt. James T. Kirk, commander of the Starship Enterprise, speaks to reporters in Chicago while promoting the movie version of Star Trek in December of 1979. The television series ran from 1966-1969.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,812, Dom Najolia photo: Actor William Shatner, best known as Capt. James T. Kirk, commander of the Starship Enterprise, speaks to reporters in Chicago while promoting the movie version of Star Trek in December of 1979. The television series ran from 1966-1969.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,812, Dom Najolia photo: Actor William Shatner, best known as Capt. James T. Kirk, commander of the Starship Enterprise, speaks to reporters in Chicago while promoting the movie version of Star Trek in December of 1979. The television series ran from 1966-1969.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,812, Dom Najolia photo: Actor William Shatner, best known as Capt. James T. Kirk, commander of the Starship Enterprise, speaks to reporters in Chicago while promoting the movie version of Star Trek in December of 1979. The television series ran from 1966-1969.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,859, Tom Grieger photo: Right to left, William Curtis and his sons Douglas and Dave of Arlington Motors, Inc., admire the new Avanti II on display at their showroom in January of 1966. The Avanti II is produced in South Bend, In by the Avanti Motor Corp. It is a limited production and is almost entirely hand build by former Studebaker master craftsmen.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,859, Tom Grieger photo: Right to left, William Curtis and his sons Douglas and Dave of Arlington Motors, Inc., admire the new Avanti II on display at their showroom in January of 1966. The Avanti II is produced in South Bend, In by the Avanti Motor Corp. It is a limited production and is almost entirely hand build by former Studebaker master craftsmen.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,631, Dom Najolia photo: Barber Bessie Persak feels that getting a haircut should be a relaxing, pleasant experience. She operates Artistic Barbers in the Buffalo Grove ranch Mart Shopping Center and was cutting the hair of Gene Nims of Buffalo Grove in January of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,631, Dom Najolia photo: Barber Bessie Persak feels that getting a haircut should be a relaxing, pleasant experience. She operates Artistic Barbers in the Buffalo Grove ranch Mart Shopping Center and was cutting the hair of Gene Nims of Buffalo Grove in January of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The parents of Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson carry the American flag following his military funeral in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The parents of Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson carry the American flag following his military funeral in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The military funeral for Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The military funeral for Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The military funeral for Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,139, Tom Grieger photo: The military funeral for Chief Warrant Officer Ross Paterson at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights on March 2, 1966. Paterson, 22, of Palatine, was the first soldier from Palatine killed in Vietnam. He was flying a rocket-carrying helicopter which gave close support to ground troops. Paterson died when his helicopter was shot down on February 16, 1966 in South Vietnam.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,639, Jim Frost photo: This young man needed to coax his turtle along during turtle races that were taking place at Lions Pool in Elk Grove Village in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,639, Jim Frost photo: This young man needed to coax his turtle along during turtle races that were taking place at Lions Pool in Elk Grove Village in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 19,780, Jay Needleman photo: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner with the newly crowned Playboy Bunny of the Year, Claudia Jennings, in Chicago in November of 1970. Born Mary Eileen Chesterton, she graduated from high school in Evanston. She was killed in a car accident in in 1979 at the age of 29.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 19,780, Jay Needleman photo: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner with the newly crowned Playboy Bunny of the Year, Claudia Jennings, in Chicago in November of 1970. Born Mary Eileen Chesterton, she graduated from high school in Evanston. She was killed in a car accident in in 1979 at the age of 29.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,616, Dave Tonge photo: Rubbing a tombstone doesn't necessarily bring good luck, but making a crayon or chalk rubbing of the design are all part of an art class. Here, Paul Grassly, front, and Kendall Boackh of Paddock School in Palatine transfer the tombstone design to paper as part of their field trip project in June of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,616, Dave Tonge photo: Rubbing a tombstone doesn't necessarily bring good luck, but making a crayon or chalk rubbing of the design are all part of an art class. Here, Paul Grassly, front, and Kendall Boackh of Paddock School in Palatine transfer the tombstone design to paper as part of their field trip project in June of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,135, Jim Frost   photo: Close-order drills were on phase of the competition in the fifth annual Chicago Suburban Junior ROTC Drill Meet at Wheeling High School in May of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,135, Jim Frost photo: Close-order drills were on phase of the competition in the fifth annual Chicago Suburban Junior ROTC Drill Meet at Wheeling High School in May of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,135, Jim Frost   photo: Area high school Junior ROTC teams are inspected during the fifth annual Chicago Suburban Junior ROTC Drill Meet at Wheeling High School in May of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,135, Jim Frost photo: Area high school Junior ROTC teams are inspected during the fifth annual Chicago Suburban Junior ROTC Drill Meet at Wheeling High School in May of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,420, Dom Najolia photo: Popular actress and controversial activist Jane Fonda urged a crowd of 2,000 gathered at the Federal Building Plaza in Chicago to fight back against soaring oil prices in October of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,420, Dom Najolia photo: Popular actress and controversial activist Jane Fonda urged a crowd of 2,000 gathered at the Federal Building Plaza in Chicago to fight back against soaring oil prices in October of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,420, Dom Najolia photo: Nearly 2,000 people turned out to listen to popular actress and controversial activist Jane Fonda at the Federal Building Plaza in Chicago as she urged them to fight back against soaring oil prices in October of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,420, Dom Najolia photo: Nearly 2,000 people turned out to listen to popular actress and controversial activist Jane Fonda at the Federal Building Plaza in Chicago as she urged them to fight back against soaring oil prices in October of 1979.
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