Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Iranian Hostage freed, Pee Wee baseball, Jim Harbaugh Bruce Sutter and more

 
 
Posted4/20/2020 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Bill Hybels, Bruce Sutter, Charlton Heston, Iranian hostage homecoming, and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,663, Jim Frost photo: This youngster gets some guidance on hitting the ball during a Pee Wee softball game in Prospect Heights in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,663, Jim Frost photo: This youngster gets some guidance on hitting the ball during a Pee Wee softball game in Prospect Heights in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: St. Viator attempts a field goal against St. Mel's in a homecoming football game battle at the Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: St. Viator attempts a field goal against St. Mel's in a homecoming football game battle at the Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: St. Viator runs the ball past a St. Mel defender in a homecoming football game battle at the Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: St. Viator runs the ball past a St. Mel defender in a homecoming football game battle at the Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: A pass fall incomplete as St. Mel's Tom Graham, left, and St. Viator's John Wendell, 32, battle for possession in a homecoming battle at the. Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 5,116, Tom Grieger photo: A pass fall incomplete as St. Mel's Tom Graham, left, and St. Viator's John Wendell, 32, battle for possession in a homecoming battle at the. Prospect High School stadium in October of 1966. St. Viator won the game 42-7.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,479, Bob Ringham photo: Rev. Bill Hybels, 29, in the sanctuary of the new Willow Creek Church in South Barrington. After five years of meeting in high schools and recreation centers, the Willow Creek Church campus opened in February of 1981 on 90 acres at the corner of Algonquin and Barrington Roads.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,479, Bob Ringham photo: Rev. Bill Hybels, 29, in the sanctuary of the new Willow Creek Church in South Barrington. After five years of meeting in high schools and recreation centers, the Willow Creek Church campus opened in February of 1981 on 90 acres at the corner of Algonquin and Barrington Roads.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,484, Barry Jarvinen photo: Iconic actor Charlton Heston speaks about is new book "The Actor's Life" following an appearance on A M Chicago in November of 1979. Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, who had interviewed Heston earlier in the year, knew of his fondness for peanut butter and had given him a jar of Skippy peanut butter. Several month later during this interview, Heston remembered the gift of the Skippy peanut butter from Gire.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,484, Barry Jarvinen photo: Iconic actor Charlton Heston speaks about is new book "The Actor's Life" following an appearance on A M Chicago in November of 1979. Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, who had interviewed Heston earlier in the year, knew of his fondness for peanut butter and had given him a jar of Skippy peanut butter. Several month later during this interview, Heston remembered the gift of the Skippy peanut butter from Gire.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,484, Barry Jarvinen photo: Iconic actor Charlton Heston speaks about is new book "The Actor's Life" following an appearance on A M Chicago in November of 1979. Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, who had interviewed Heston earlier in the year, knew of his fondness for peanut butter and had given him a jar of Skippy peanut butter. Several month later during this interview, Heston remembered the gift of the Skippy peanut butter from Gire.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 52,484, Barry Jarvinen photo: Iconic actor Charlton Heston speaks about is new book "The Actor's Life" following an appearance on A M Chicago in November of 1979. Daily Herald film critic Dann Gire, who had interviewed Heston earlier in the year, knew of his fondness for peanut butter and had given him a jar of Skippy peanut butter. Several month later during this interview, Heston remembered the gift of the Skippy peanut butter from Gire.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44, Don Vickery photo: A dog owner runs his Dalmatian through an obstacle course during a dog obedience class in Palatine in February of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 44, Don Vickery photo: A dog owner runs his Dalmatian through an obstacle course during a dog obedience class in Palatine in February of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 87,612, Dave Tonge photo: Chicago Bears Quarterback Jim Harbaugh takes a break during Bears physicals and workouts in Lake Forest in May of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 87,612, Dave Tonge photo: Chicago Bears Quarterback Jim Harbaugh takes a break during Bears physicals and workouts in Lake Forest in May of 1987.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,975, Mike Seeling photo: This couple was enjoyed skating together at a roller rink party in Palatine in September of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,975, Mike Seeling photo: This couple was enjoyed skating together at a roller rink party in Palatine in September of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,172, Jay Needleman photo: Sixth grade art students at River Trails school crowd into the giant transparent bubble entitled "Air, Sound and Color," which thy built for the school's annual art fair. They used plastic droop cloths seamed together with masking tape and fans to create the bubble in Mount Prospect in March of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,172, Jay Needleman photo: Sixth grade art students at River Trails school crowd into the giant transparent bubble entitled "Air, Sound and Color," which thy built for the school's annual art fair. They used plastic droop cloths seamed together with masking tape and fans to create the bubble in Mount Prospect in March of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,172, Jay Needleman photo: Sixth grade art students at River Trails school crowd into the giant transparent bubble entitled "Air, Sound and Color," which thy built for the school's annual art fair. They used plastic droop cloths seamed together with masking tape and fans to create the bubble in Mount Prospect in March of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,172, Jay Needleman photo: Sixth grade art students at River Trails school crowd into the giant transparent bubble entitled "Air, Sound and Color," which thy built for the school's annual art fair. They used plastic droop cloths seamed together with masking tape and fans to create the bubble in Mount Prospect in March of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Champagne corks shot to the ceiling and shouts of "Yahoo!" Rang out in Buck's Cafe in Homer, IL on January 20, 1981, when residents learned that the American Hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home. Shirley Buck, cafe owner and an aunt of Lewis, reached across the table to toast the joyous occasion with relatives and friends at the restaurant.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Champagne corks shot to the ceiling and shouts of "Yahoo!" Rang out in Buck's Cafe in Homer, IL on January 20, 1981, when residents learned that the American Hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home. Shirley Buck, cafe owner and an aunt of Lewis, reached across the table to toast the joyous occasion with relatives and friends at the restaurant.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: News of an agreement in the Iranian hostage crisis brought out the yellow ribbons and happy signs in Homer, IL, home of Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, on January 19, 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: News of an agreement in the Iranian hostage crisis brought out the yellow ribbons and happy signs in Homer, IL, home of Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, on January 19, 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Speaking during a news conference in Homer, IL in January of 1981, There is now way to describe accurately his feelings said Phil Lewis, father of Iranian hostage Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, now that is son is out of Iran. Lewis said his wife, Gloria, was so happy "she ain't got off the wall yet."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Speaking during a news conference in Homer, IL in January of 1981, There is now way to describe accurately his feelings said Phil Lewis, father of Iranian hostage Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, now that is son is out of Iran. Lewis said his wife, Gloria, was so happy "she ain't got off the wall yet."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Flags lined the streets in Homer, IL when residents learned that the American hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Flags lined the streets in Homer, IL when residents learned that the American hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Flags lined the streets in Homer, IL when residents learned that the American hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,885, Dave Tonge photo: Flags lined the streets in Homer, IL when residents learned that the American hostages in Iran, including native son Marine Sgt. Paul Lewis, 23, were on their way home in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,756, Bob Finch photo: Kids arriving on the first day of school in Rolling Meadows in September of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,756, Bob Finch photo: Kids arriving on the first day of school in Rolling Meadows in September of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,903, Craig Camp photo: Chicago Cubs pitcher, Bruce Sutter, speaks to the media after winning the Cy Young Award in November of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,903, Craig Camp photo: Chicago Cubs pitcher, Bruce Sutter, speaks to the media after winning the Cy Young Award in November of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,663, Jim Frost photo: This youngster rounds third base ahead of the throw during a Pee Wee softball game in Prospect Heights in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,663, Jim Frost photo: This youngster rounds third base ahead of the throw during a Pee Wee softball game in Prospect Heights in August of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,621, Bob Finch photo: Vandals broke windows a the Nixon campaign headquarters in Arlington Heights in October of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,621, Bob Finch photo: Vandals broke windows a the Nixon campaign headquarters in Arlington Heights in October of 1972.
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