Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ted Nugent, Ray Kroc, Walter Payton and more

 
 
Posted11/2/2020 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ted Nugent, McDonald's founder Ray Kroc, Pee Wee football and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,780, Dave Tonge photo: Rockstar Ted Nugent sign autographs for his fans in Buffalo Grove in November of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 62,909, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about his role in Conan the Barbarian in Chicago in May of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 62,909, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about his role in Conan the Barbarian in Chicago in May of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,912, Jim Frost photo: Chicago Bears running back Roland Harper (35) runs past Oakland Raiders defenders Ted Hendricks (83) and Otis Sistrunk (60) during a game at Soldier Field in November of 1976. The Raiders defeated the Bears 28-27 and would go on to win the Super Bowl by defeating the Minnesota Vikings.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,912, Jim Frost photo: Chicago Bears running back Roland Harper (35) runs past Oakland Raiders defenders Ted Hendricks (83) and Otis Sistrunk (60) during a game at Soldier Field in November of 1976. The Raiders defeated the Bears 28-27 and would go on to win the Super Bowl by defeating the Minnesota Vikings.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,912, Jim Frost photo: Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton (34) runs past Oakland Raiders defenders with the help of a block by tightened Greg Latta (88) during a game at Soldier Field in November of 1976. The Raiders defeated the Bears 28-27 and would go on to win the Super Bowl by defeating the Minnesota Vikings.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,912, Jim Frost photo: Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton (34) runs past Oakland Raiders defenders with the help of a block by tightened Greg Latta (88) during a game at Soldier Field in November of 1976. The Raiders defeated the Bears 28-27 and would go on to win the Super Bowl by defeating the Minnesota Vikings.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,139, Jim Frost photo: McDonald's founder Ray Kroc speaking during an interview in Oak Brook in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: Students participate in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: Students participate in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: Students participate in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: Students participate in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: A student stretches before taking part in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,253, Rosemary Kaul photo: A student stretches before taking part in the Pee Wee black belt class at Mac Newton's Taekwondo in Des Plaines in April of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in a wine tasting event in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in a wine tasting event in August of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,076, Dom Najolia photo: Residents of the Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights participate in
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,235, Dave Tonge photo: Robert Jasch of Palatine with his pigeons in September of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,235, Dave Tonge photo: Robert Jasch of Palatine with his pigeons in September of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,235, Dave Tonge photo: Robert Jasch of Palatine with his pigeons in September of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,235, Dave Tonge photo: Robert Jasch of Palatine with his pigeons in September of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 64,616, Scott Sanders photo: A hula hoop contest was part of the homecoming festivities at Rolling Meadows High School in October of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 64,616, Scott Sanders photo: A hula hoop contest was part of the homecoming festivities at Rolling Meadows High School in October of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,565, Dave Tonge photo: Students work hard to stuff the telephone booth at Harper College in Palatine in October of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,565, Dave Tonge photo: Students work hard to stuff the telephone booth at Harper College in Palatine in October of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37930, Dave Tonge photo: Fathers and sons got together to play some Pee Wee football against each other in Elk Grove Village in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,053, Bob Ringham photo: Sen. Edward Kennedy vowed to fight billion-dollar cutbacks in education and other social programs. He spoke before teachers at the Illinois Education Association convention in Rosemont in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,053, Bob Ringham photo: Sen. Edward Kennedy vowed to fight billion-dollar cutbacks in education and other social programs. He spoke before teachers at the Illinois Education Association convention in Rosemont in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,053, Bob Ringham photo: Sen. Edward Kennedy vowed to fight billion-dollar cutbacks in education and other social programs. He spoke before teachers at the Illinois Education Association convention in Rosemont in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,053, Bob Ringham photo: Sen. Edward Kennedy vowed to fight billion-dollar cutbacks in education and other social programs. He spoke before teachers at the Illinois Education Association convention in Rosemont in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,242, Greg Warner photo: Two kids enjoy the day playing on a tire swing in Rolling Meadows in September of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,242, Greg Warner photo: Two kids enjoy the day playing on a tire swing in Rolling Meadows in September of 1975.
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