Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Jayne Byrne, Chicago Bulls, Uriah Heep, Valentine's Day and more

 
 
Updated 12/18/2020 12:00 PM

See vintage Daily Herald photo of Jane Byrne, the Chicago Bulls, Valentine's Day, Uriah Heep, pie eating contests and more in the latest Through the Film Magnifier gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: A jubilant Jane Byrne celebrates with a victory salute to campaign workers as she defeated incumbent Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic on Feb. 27, 1979, by less than one percent of the vote. She would become the first female mayor of Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: A jubilant Jane Byrne celebrates with a victory salute to campaign workers as she defeated incumbent Chicago Mayor Michael Bilandic on Feb. 27, 1979, by less than one percent of the vote. She would become the first female mayor of Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: Jane Byrne speaks to reporters on the night of the Democratic primary for Chicago Mayor. Byrne defeated incumbent Mayor Michael Bilandic in the Feb. 27, 1979 primary and would become the first female mayor in Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: Jane Byrne speaks to reporters on the night of the Democratic primary for Chicago Mayor. Byrne defeated incumbent Mayor Michael Bilandic in the Feb. 27, 1979 primary and would become the first female mayor in Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: Jane Byrne speaks to reporters on the night of the Democratic primary for Chicago Mayor. Byrne defeated incumbent Mayor Michael Bilandic in the Feb. 27, 1979 primary and would become the first female mayor in Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 50,133, Dom Najolia photo: Jane Byrne speaks to reporters on the night of the Democratic primary for Chicago Mayor. Byrne defeated incumbent Mayor Michael Bilandic in the Feb. 27, 1979 primary and would become the first female mayor in Chicago.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 65,143, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Stacy Keach during an interview in Chicago in November of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 65,143, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Stacy Keach during an interview in Chicago in November of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 65,143, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Stacy Keach during an interview in Chicago in November of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 65,143, Rosemary Kaul photo: Actor Stacy Keach during an interview in Chicago in November of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 40,814, Jim Frost photo: Between flights, this plane is cleaned at O'Hare Airport in August of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 40,814, Jim Frost photo: Between flights, this plane is cleaned at O'Hare Airport in August of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 40,814, Jim Frost photo: Between flights, this plane is cleaned at O'Hare Airport in August of 1976.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 40,814, Jim Frost photo: Between flights, this plane is cleaned at O'Hare Airport in August of 1976.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald archive, Assignment # 63,634, Barry Jarvinen photo: Pounding the pavement along the Mannheim Road "smut strip" in unincorporated Leyden Township, 2,000 protesters chant and wave placards to demonstrate their unhappiness with Cook County efforts to clear the adult businesses out of their neighborhood in July of 1982. The Crazy Horse, a nude dance club, was shut down by authorities, but a half dozen other clubs and adult bookstores line the highway.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,175, Scott Sanders photo: British dog training guru Barbara Woodhouse shows 12-year-old Kurt Gerlach at Northbrook Court how to keep his dog Windsor on a short leash in March of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,175, Scott Sanders photo: British dog training guru Barbara Woodhouse shows 12-year-old Kurt Gerlach at Northbrook Court how to keep his dog Windsor on a short leash in March of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,873, Barry Jarvinen photo: Students at Jefferson School in Hoffman Estates trade cards on Valentine's Day in February of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,873, Barry Jarvinen photo: Students at Jefferson School in Hoffman Estates trade cards on Valentine's Day in February of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,873, Barry Jarvinen photo: Students at Jefferson School in Hoffman Estates share a laugh with their teacher as they give her a card on Valentine's Day in February of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,873, Barry Jarvinen photo: Students at Jefferson School in Hoffman Estates share a laugh with their teacher as they give her a card on Valentine's Day in February of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,870, Dave Tonge photo: A youngster having fun sledding down the hill at Lions Park in Mount Prospect in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 56,870, Dave Tonge photo: A youngster having fun sledding down the hill at Lions Park in Mount Prospect in January of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,284, Dave Tonge photo: Members of the rock band Uriah Heep made a surprise visit to Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs prior to their concert at the Chicago Amphitheatre on Sept. 6, 1975.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,743, Barry Jarvinen photo: The wreckage of a small single-engine Cessna airplane on the grounds of Golden Acres Country Club in Schaumburg in March of 1981. Eyewitnesses said the plane with smoke pouring from its tail, circled over a residential neighborhood before diving onto the golf course grounds her hit struck a tree and flipped over. The pilot and passenger were injured and take to the hospital in stable condition.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 57,743, Barry Jarvinen photo: The wreckage of a small single-engine Cessna airplane on the grounds of Golden Acres Country Club in Schaumburg in March of 1981. Eyewitnesses said the plane with smoke pouring from its tail, circled over a residential neighborhood before diving onto the golf course grounds her hit struck a tree and flipped over. The pilot and passenger were injured and take to the hospital in stable condition.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,569, Barry Jarvinen photo: Rescue workers forage through the cockpit section of a KC-135 military jet which exploded in a ball of fire and crashed near Wonder Lake on March 20, 1982. All 27 aboard were killed.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 62,569, Barry Jarvinen photo: Rescue workers forage through the cockpit section of a KC-135 military jet which exploded in a ball of fire and crashed near Wonder Lake on March 20, 1982. All 27 aboard were killed.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,490, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Wheeling High School student reacts after participating in a cranberry eating contest at the school in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,490, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Wheeling High School student reacts after participating in a cranberry eating contest at the school in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,490, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Wheeling High School student reacts after participating in a cranberry eating contest at the school in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,490, Barry Jarvinen photo: A Wheeling High School student reacts after participating in a cranberry eating contest at the school in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,973, Barry Jarvinen photo: Senior citizens competition in the Senior Olympics at Elmhurst College in August of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,973, Barry Jarvinen photo: Senior citizens competition in the Senior Olympics at Elmhurst College in August of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,973, Barry Jarvinen photo: Senior citizens competition in the Senior Olympics at Elmhurst College in August of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 63,973, Barry Jarvinen photo: Senior citizens competition in the Senior Olympics at Elmhurst College in August of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bulls point guard Reggie Theus drives to the basket past two Kansas City Kings defenders during their game at the Chicago Stadium on Feb. 9, 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bulls point guard Reggie Theus drives to the basket past two Kansas City Kings defenders during their game at the Chicago Stadium on Feb. 9, 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bulls fans sheer Bulls player John Brown, 50, and others as they leave the court following their 124-114 loss to the Kansas City Kings on February, 9 1979 at the Chicago Stadium.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Chicago Bulls fans sheer Bulls player John Brown, 50, and others as they leave the court following their 124-114 loss to the Kansas City Kings on February, 9 1979 at the Chicago Stadium.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Kansas City King Otis Birdsong, 10, dribbles between Chicago Bull defenders Wilbur Holland, 12, Reggie Theus, 24, during their game on Feb. 9, 1979 at the Chicago Stadium. Kansas City defeated the Bulls 124-114.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,956, Charles Cherney photo: Kansas City King Otis Birdsong, 10, dribbles between Chicago Bull defenders Wilbur Holland, 12, Reggie Theus, 24, during their game on Feb. 9, 1979 at the Chicago Stadium. Kansas City defeated the Bulls 124-114.
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