Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Bill Veeck, George Hamilton, Bridge Club, Stateville Prison riot and more

 
 
Posted7/13/2020 4:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald images of Bill Veeck, George Hamilton, Des Plaines bridge club, Stateville Prison riot and more in the latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 35,281, Dave Tonge photo: Bridge players fill the Des Plaines YMCA to play cards in March of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,656, Larry Cameron photo: The latest bestsellers are among the many books on sale at the Itasca Pharmacy in March of 1966, but objectionable books don't find their way into the store. Manager Bernard Lisitza has placed a sign above the book display asking customer to notify him if any offensive books are found. He put up the sign in an attempt to protect youngsters who frequent the store.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,656, Larry Cameron photo: The latest bestsellers are among the many books on sale at the Itasca Pharmacy in March of 1966, but objectionable books don't find their way into the store. Manager Bernard Lisitza has placed a sign above the book display asking customer to notify him if any offensive books are found. He put up the sign in an attempt to protect youngsters who frequent the store.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,187, Bob Finch photo: As part of teen government day, Elk Grove Village's outstanding teenagers spent the day learning about how the local government worked in June of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,187, Bob Finch photo: As part of teen government day, Elk Grove Village's outstanding teenagers spent the day learning about how the local government worked in June of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,187, Bob Finch photo: As part of teen government day, Elk Grove Village's outstanding teenagers spent the day learning about how the local government worked in June of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 4,187, Bob Finch photo: As part of teen government day, Elk Grove Village's outstanding teenagers spent the day learning about how the local government worked in June of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,344, Bob Ringham photo: Actor George Hamilton met the press in Chicago while promoting his latest movie, "Love at First Bite" a Dracula comedy in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 50,344, Bob Ringham photo: Actor George Hamilton met the press in Chicago while promoting his latest movie, "Love at First Bite" a Dracula comedy in April of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,192, Charles Cherney photo: Stateville Correctional Center officials talk to the media in Joliet in September of 1979, about an uprising led by death-row prisoners.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,192, Charles Cherney photo: Stateville Correctional Center officials talk to the media in Joliet in September of 1979, about an uprising led by death-row prisoners.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,192, Charles Cherney photo: Armed with batons and carrying tear gas containers, members of a tactical force make their way from Stateville Correctional Center in Joliet in September of 1979, where they were on standby in case they were needed to help contain an uprising led by death-row prisoners.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,192, Charles Cherney photo: Armed with batons and carrying tear gas containers, members of a tactical force make their way from Stateville Correctional Center in Joliet in September of 1979, where they were on standby in case they were needed to help contain an uprising led by death-row prisoners.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,912, Barry Jarvinen photo: A state of the art television, VCR player and several of the top movies available at Precision Video in Arlington Heights in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,912, Barry Jarvinen photo: A state of the art television, VCR player and several of the top movies available at Precision Video in Arlington Heights in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,336, Barry Jarvinen photo: Former White Sox owner Bill Veeck, left, turns over the keys to the team's home field to Jerry Reinsdorf, concluding a deal to relinquish control of the ballclub. The papers giving Riensdorf group ownership of the White Sox were signed Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,336, Barry Jarvinen photo: Former White Sox owner Bill Veeck, left, turns over the keys to the team's home field to Jerry Reinsdorf, concluding a deal to relinquish control of the ballclub. The papers giving Riensdorf group ownership of the White Sox were signed Tuesday, Feb. 3, 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,024, Bob Ringham photo: Al Preusker, manager of the Jewel story in the Ranch Mart shopping center, demonstrates proper cutting techniques for different types of meat to Carol Buczkowiski, left, and Tyke Tsiakais of the Buffalo Grove Welcome Wagon Club in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,024, Bob Ringham photo: Al Preusker, manager of the Jewel story in the Ranch Mart shopping center, demonstrates proper cutting techniques for different types of meat to Carol Buczkowiski, left, and Tyke Tsiakais of the Buffalo Grove Welcome Wagon Club in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Kim McWhorter laughs as she has trouble keeping up with one exercise.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Kim McWhorter laughs as she has trouble keeping up with one exercise.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Judy Rech used a teach-aid machine.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Judy Rech used a teach-aid machine.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Rev. Peter Lovell gets stumped by a puzzle.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,809, Dave Tonge photo: Parents took to the classroom at Windsor School in January of 1975 for a new-style parent-teacher conference. They followed a regular schedule, using class materials, playing games and hearing special presentations. Here Rev. Peter Lovell gets stumped by a puzzle.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 5,029, Tom Grieger photo: The Prospect High School Knights marching band playing in the homecoming parade in October of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 5,029, Tom Grieger photo: The Prospect High School Knights marching band playing in the homecoming parade in October of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,035, Bob Ringham photo: It was a joyous occasion to celebrate, but there also were solemn moments at St. Hubert's Catholic Church School in Hoffman Estates, where students, teachers and parents gave a thanksgiving prayer for the 52 freed hostages from Iran. The observance was one of several throughout the suburbs in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,035, Bob Ringham photo: It was a joyous occasion to celebrate, but there also were solemn moments at St. Hubert's Catholic Church School in Hoffman Estates, where students, teachers and parents gave a thanksgiving prayer for the 52 freed hostages from Iran. The observance was one of several throughout the suburbs in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,035, Bob Ringham photo: It was a joyous occasion to celebrate, but there also were solemn moments at St. Hubert's Catholic Church School in Hoffman Estates, where students, teachers and parents gave a thanksgiving prayer for the 52 freed hostages from Iran. The observance was one of several throughout the suburbs in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 57,035, Bob Ringham photo: It was a joyous occasion to celebrate, but there also were solemn moments at St. Hubert's Catholic Church School in Hoffman Estates, where students, teachers and parents gave a thanksgiving prayer for the 52 freed hostages from Iran. The observance was one of several throughout the suburbs in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,873, Bob Ringham photo: Spring fever was kicking in as Brian Day flew a kite in Prospect Heights in March of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,873, Bob Ringham photo: Spring fever was kicking in as Brian Day flew a kite in Prospect Heights in March of 1981.
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