Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Ringo Starr, Arlington High School, Bill Murray, Memorial Day and more

 
 
Posted6/1/2020 4:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Ringo Starr, Last day of Arlington High School, Bill Murray, the cast of Alien and more in our latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, Athletic Director Russ Attis presides over the last bell and last flag lowering ceremony. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, Athletic Director Russ Attis presides over the last bell and last flag lowering ceremony. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984 Mike McGinn, right, writes in the yearbook of Grant Normann. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984 Mike McGinn, right, writes in the yearbook of Grant Normann. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a student sits on the floor of the gym one last time. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a student sits on the floor of the gym one last time. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a students sign a yearbooks in the hallway. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a students sign a yearbooks in the hallway. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a student signs a yearbook in the hallway. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 71,836, Dave Tonge photo: On the very last day of Arlington High School on June 8, 1984, a student signs a yearbook in the hallway. In 1985 Christian Liberty Academy of Prospect Heights purchased the school and continues to operate from that location.
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 Archives, Assignment 50,983, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Tom Skerritt and actress Sigourney Weaver talk while meeting the media to promote their move "Alien" in Chicago in May of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,983, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Tom Skerritt and actress Sigourney Weaver talk while meeting the media to promote their move "Alien" in Chicago in May of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: Two youngsters play with blocks during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: Two youngsters play with blocks during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: Susan Kunesh of Arlington Heights listens to a story during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: Susan Kunesh of Arlington Heights listens to a story during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: It's quiet hour and Kevin Sheehan decided that only his head needed a rest during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 2,836, Mike Seeling photo: It's quiet hour and Kevin Sheehan decided that only his head needed a rest during a play school session at Pioneer Park in January of 1966. The program conducted at Pioneer, Recreation and Hasbrook parks is for three-to -five-year-olds. Mothers alternate in shaping a perk district supervisor conduct the three two-hour sessions every week.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 101,445, Joe Lewnard photo: Schaumburg High School student Nicole Maday, who attended a babysitting class at Spectrum Youth and Family Services, plays with 14-month-old Joshua Martin while babysitting in March of 1990.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 101,445, Joe Lewnard photo: Schaumburg High School student Nicole Maday, who attended a babysitting class at Spectrum Youth and Family Services, plays with 14-month-old Joshua Martin while babysitting in March of 1990.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: A military funeral was held for Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: A military funeral was held for Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: The parents of Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows arrive at his funeral after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: The parents of Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows arrive at his funeral after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: A military funeral was held for Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 4,995, Tom Grieger photo: A military funeral was held for Pfc. Roy Salazar of Rolling Meadows after he was killed in action in Vietnam on October 2, 1966. A rifle squad from fort Sheridan and pallbearers from the Arlington Heights Defense base paid tribute to the 20-year-old who was the city's first casualty in the Vietnam War.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,704, Dave Tonge photo: Ringo Starr gets a kiss on the cheek from his fiancee and "Cave man" co-star Barbara Bach in March of 1981. In Chicago to promote his movie, he was peppered with question about the shooting death of John Lennon, a few months earlier in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,704, Dave Tonge photo: Ringo Starr gets a kiss on the cheek from his fiancee and "Cave man" co-star Barbara Bach in March of 1981. In Chicago to promote his movie, he was peppered with question about the shooting death of John Lennon, a few months earlier in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,704, Dave Tonge photo: Ringo Starr and his fiancee and "Cave man" co-star Barbara Bach in March of 1981. In Chicago to promote his movie, he was peppered with question about the shooting death of John Lennon, a few months earlier in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,704, Dave Tonge photo: Ringo Starr and his fiancee and "Cave man" co-star Barbara Bach in March of 1981. In Chicago to promote his movie, he was peppered with question about the shooting death of John Lennon, a few months earlier in New York City.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Jack Lemon speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979. Lemon saw his role as a challenge "since almost 50% of my dialogue is technical jargon no one will understand," he said.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Jack Lemon speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979. Lemon saw his role as a challenge "since almost 50% of my dialogue is technical jargon no one will understand," he said.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Michael Douglas speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979. Douglas was also a producer for the movie.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actor Michael Douglas speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979. Douglas was also a producer for the movie.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actress Jane Fonda speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,135, Dom Najolia photo: Actress Jane Fonda speaks to the press about the movie ""The China Syndrome" during a publicity tour for the movie in Chicago in March of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: There is no longer a shortage of things for men to do at Friendship Village in Schaumburg now that the fix-it shop is open six days a week. Robert Gillian, left, gets a helping hand from Glenn Jones while the two work with tools donated to the retirement village
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: There is no longer a shortage of things for men to do at Friendship Village in Schaumburg now that the fix-it shop is open six days a week. Robert Gillian, left, gets a helping hand from Glenn Jones while the two work with tools donated to the retirement village
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: Friendship Village resident Joe Bosek doesn't use his time in the fix-it shop to repair toasters. Boske use the tools available to practice marquetry, a process of making pictures using inlaid pieces of wood in February of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: Friendship Village resident Joe Bosek doesn't use his time in the fix-it shop to repair toasters. Boske use the tools available to practice marquetry, a process of making pictures using inlaid pieces of wood in February of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: There is no longer a shortage of things for men to do at Friendship Village in Schaumburg now that the fix-it shop is open six days a week. Two Friendship Village residents work at repairing a chair in the shop in February of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,315, Barry Jarvinen photo: There is no longer a shortage of things for men to do at Friendship Village in Schaumburg now that the fix-it shop is open six days a week. Two Friendship Village residents work at repairing a chair in the shop in February of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 53,215, Dom Najolia photo: Postal employees sort mail that will be sent to the U.S. hostages being held in Iran in December of 1979. The hostages would eventually be freed after being held for 444 day.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: The Memorial Day ceremony in Palatine in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: The Memorial Day ceremony in Palatine in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: One of the most solemn ceremonies in Palatine's Memorial Day observance was the placing of the wreath before the monument to the unknown soldier in Northside Cemetery. Taps was played and the American Legion rifle squad fired three volleys in salute to our soldiers in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: One of the most solemn ceremonies in Palatine's Memorial Day observance was the placing of the wreath before the monument to the unknown soldier in Northside Cemetery. Taps was played and the American Legion rifle squad fired three volleys in salute to our soldiers in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: Thousands of Palatine kids and adults turned out to watch the half-mile long Memorial Day parade through downtown Palatine in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 3,994, Bob Finch photo: Thousands of Palatine kids and adults turned out to watch the half-mile long Memorial Day parade through downtown Palatine in May of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 58,681, Barry Jarvinen photo: Wilmette native Bill Murray during a news conference in Chicago in June of 1981 while promoting his latest movie, "Stripes."
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