Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Arnold Palmer, Bears training camp, Mustang Ranch fire and more

 
 
Updated 5/10/2020 8:22 PM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Arnold Palmer, Bears training camp, the Chicago Cubs, Mustang Ranch fire, and more in the latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer waits to putt during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer waits to putt during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer follows his shot during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer follows his shot during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Fans lined the fairway one of the holes at the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Fans lined the fairway one of the holes at the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer watches his putt during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: Professional golf legend Arnold Palmer watches his putt during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: The leaderboard during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,209, Larry Cameron photo: The leaderboard during the Western Open at the Medinah Country Club in June of 1966. The tournament was won by Billy Casper with a 283, one under par.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 45,728, Barry Jarvinen photo: The kicks were flying during a women's self-defense class in Hoffman Estates in November of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 45,728, Barry Jarvinen photo: The kicks were flying during a women's self-defense class in Hoffman Estates in November of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,812-A, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bears rookie defensive end, Al Harris, relaxes in his dormitory form at Lake Forest College where the Bears were holding training camp in August of 1979. Harris played for the Bears through 1988 and finished his playing career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1990.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,812-A, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bears rookie defensive end, Al Harris, relaxes in his dormitory form at Lake Forest College where the Bears were holding training camp in August of 1979. Harris played for the Bears through 1988 and finished his playing career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1990.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,795, Bob Ringham photo: Police, a prosecutor, funeral directors and others conducted a brief ceremony on Friday, June 12, 1981 for nine unknown victims of mass-murderer John Wayne Gacy. The bodies, which remained unclaimed by family or friends, were buried at several unidentified cemeteries. The remains of boys and young men between ages 15 and 25 were found in the crawl space off Gacy's Norwood Park Township home. Authorities believe that they were all killed between 1972 and 1978.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 5,437, Tom Grieger photo: Brownies helped to decorate the Christmas tree at the Mount Prospect library in December of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 5,437, Tom Grieger photo: Brownies helped to decorate the Christmas tree at the Mount Prospect library in December of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,649, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Palatine Township fireman chops away at the exterior of the Mustang Ranch motel, once a reputed house of prostitution, after a fire of suspicious origin destroyed the building in May of 1981. The motel had closed two months earlier following a series of prostitution arrests.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,649, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Palatine Township fireman chops away at the exterior of the Mustang Ranch motel, once a reputed house of prostitution, after a fire of suspicious origin destroyed the building in May of 1981. The motel had closed two months earlier following a series of prostitution arrests.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,649, Barry Jarvinen photo: Palatine Township firemen chop away at the exterior of the Mustang Ranch motel, once a reputed house of prostitution, after a fire of suspicious origin destroyed the building in May of 1981. The motel had closed two months earlier following a series of prostitution arrests.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,649, Barry Jarvinen photo: Palatine Township firemen chop away at the exterior of the Mustang Ranch motel, once a reputed house of prostitution, after a fire of suspicious origin destroyed the building in May of 1981. The motel had closed two months earlier following a series of prostitution arrests.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 28,508, Bob Finch photo: A history of rock 'n' roll program was presented to students at St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights by Vic Polizos or Rick Trow, Inc. The program was sponsored by WLS-AM radio disc jockey Bill Bailey was on hand to answer questions after the event in April of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,809, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Cubs pitcher Bill Caudill signs autographs for fans prior to a game against the St. Louis Cardinals in August 1979
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,809, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Cubs pitcher Bill Caudill signs autographs for fans prior to a game against the St. Louis Cardinals in August 1979
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,809, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Cubs third baseman Steve Ontiveros tags out Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons in a game at Wrigley Field in August 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 51,809, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Cubs third baseman Steve Ontiveros tags out Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons in a game at Wrigley Field in August 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,458, Mike Seeling photo: In April of 1966, Marine Private First Class Michael Pabst, an Arlington High School graduate, displays the bronze star he was awarded during his service in Vietnam. The citation read in part, "For heroic achievement in connection with operations against Communist insurgent forces (Viet Cong) at Binh Thai, South Vietnam, on 22 April, 1965. When his reconnaissance patrol was attacked by a numerically superior force, Pfc. Pabst, realizing that he could not operate his radio in the dense undergrowth, immediately moved to an open, exposed area and established radio contact with a reinforcing unit. .
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,458, Mike Seeling photo: In April of 1966, Marine Private First Class Michael Pabst, an Arlington High School graduate, displays the bronze star he was awarded during his service in Vietnam. The citation read in part, "For heroic achievement in connection with operations against Communist insurgent forces (Viet Cong) at Binh Thai, South Vietnam, on 22 April, 1965. When his reconnaissance patrol was attacked by a numerically superior force, Pfc. Pabst, realizing that he could not operate his radio in the dense undergrowth, immediately moved to an open, exposed area and established radio contact with a reinforcing unit. .
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,959, Barry Jarvinen photo: People gather in Chicago in December of 1980 to remember John Lennon who was shot and killed on Dec. 8, 1980 in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,959, Barry Jarvinen photo: People gather in Chicago in December of 1980 to remember John Lennon who was shot and killed on Dec. 8, 1980 in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,432, Tom Grieger photo: Armed for smiles, Dave Lynk, aka "DoDo" entertains eight-year-pol; d patient Greg Peterson of Arlington Heights at Northwest Community Hospital in April of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,432, Tom Grieger photo: Armed for smiles, Dave Lynk, aka "DoDo" entertains eight-year-pol; d patient Greg Peterson of Arlington Heights at Northwest Community Hospital in April of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,131, Scott Sanders photo: Thirty-eight left-handed students at Central School in Des Plaines were honored on Lucky Lefty Day in January of 1981. Des Plaines Police Sgt. Bob Nell, dressed as famous left-hander Benjamin Franklin greeted students during the day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,131, Scott Sanders photo: Thirty-eight left-handed students at Central School in Des Plaines were honored on Lucky Lefty Day in January of 1981. Des Plaines Police Sgt. Bob Nell, dressed as famous left-hander Benjamin Franklin greeted students during the day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,131, Scott Sanders photo: Thirty-eight left-handed students at Central School in Des Plaines were honored on Lucky Lefty Day in January of 1981. Through the day, the students walked on the left side of the hallways and raised their left hand during class.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,131, Scott Sanders photo: Thirty-eight left-handed students at Central School in Des Plaines were honored on Lucky Lefty Day in January of 1981. Through the day, the students walked on the left side of the hallways and raised their left hand during class.
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