Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Little League Opening Day, Jayne Kennedy, C3PO actor, First Test Tube baby and more

 
 
Posted3/8/2021 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Jayne Kennedy, 1965 Little League Opening Day, C3PO actor, the first test tube baby and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965. The enthusiasm of the major league Cardinals unfortunately did not carry them to victory as they dropped the opening contest 1-0 to the White Sox.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965. The enthusiasm of the major league Cardinals unfortunately did not carry them to victory as they dropped the opening contest 1-0 to the White Sox.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,065, Al Smith photo: Play ball was the call as 210 Prospect Heights Little Leaguers turned out for opening day ceremonies in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,355, Dave Tonge photo: The color guard of the Arlington High School marching Cardinal band prepares to take the field at halftime of the Monday night Chicago Bears -- Los Angeles Rams football game. The nationally televised contest at Soldier Field was a success for the band, but not for the Bears, who were defeated 24-7 in September of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,355, Dave Tonge photo: The color guard of the Arlington High School marching Cardinal band prepares to take the field at halftime of the Monday night Chicago Bears -- Los Angeles Rams football game. The nationally televised contest at Soldier Field was a success for the band, but not for the Bears, who were defeated 24-7 in September of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,027, Craig Camp photo: Jesse Freitas, once a reserve quarterback foe the San Diego Chargers, was trying to impress the Bears during rookie camp at Lake Forest College in May of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,027, Craig Camp photo: Jesse Freitas, once a reserve quarterback foe the San Diego Chargers, was trying to impress the Bears during rookie camp at Lake Forest College in May of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Kids participate in a fishing derby in Arlington Heights in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Kids participate in a fishing derby in Arlington Heights in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Kids participate in a fishing derby in Arlington Heights in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Kids participate in a fishing derby in Arlington Heights in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,642, Dom Najolia photo: Shakespearean actor and mime Anthony Daniels portrayed robot C3PO in the movie "Star Wars." He was meeting with the media after completing the filming on "The Empire Strikes Back" in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,642, Dom Najolia photo: Shakespearean actor and mime Anthony Daniels portrayed robot C3PO in the movie "Star Wars." He was meeting with the media after completing the filming on "The Empire Strikes Back" in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,711, Rosemary Kaul photo: Real-life husband and wife Leon Isaac Kennedy and Jayne Kennedy, during an interview in Chicago in October of 1981, play lovers in the story of an up-and-coming boxer. "Body and Soul" was a remake of the 1947 John Garfield classic.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,711, Rosemary Kaul photo: Real-life husband and wife Leon Isaac Kennedy and Jayne Kennedy, during an interview in Chicago in October of 1981, play lovers in the story of an up-and-coming boxer. "Body and Soul" was a remake of the 1947 John Garfield classic.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,803, Craig Camp photo: Cub Scouts and their leaders check out the finish line at their Pinewood Derby in Buffalo Grove in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,803, Craig Camp photo: Cub Scouts and their leaders check out the finish line at their Pinewood Derby in Buffalo Grove in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,775, Mike Seeling photo: Kids participating in fishing activities at the first session of the Twinbrook YMCA Day Camp in Schaumburg in July of 1969.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,775, Mike Seeling photo: Kids participating in fishing activities at the first session of the Twinbrook YMCA Day Camp in Schaumburg in July of 1969.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,667, Mike Seeling photo: Secret Service agents and Skokie police subdue a man who refused to remove his hands from his pockets while standing outside of the North Shore Hilton lobby where President Ford was visiting in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 37,667, Mike Seeling photo: Secret Service agents and Skokie police subdue a man who refused to remove his hands from his pockets while standing outside of the North Shore Hilton lobby where President Ford was visiting in October of 1975.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,052-a, Dom Najolia photo: The world's first baby conceived in a laboratory, Louise Brown, is amused by balloons and toys during her U.S. television debut Friday, September 7, 1979, in Chicago. At 13 Montys, she says "ma" and "dada" to her parents Lesley and John Brown, who came from England to begin a publicity tour.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 52,052-a, Dom Najolia photo: The world's first baby conceived in a laboratory, Louise Brown, is amused by balloons and toys during her U.S. television debut Friday, September 7, 1979, in Chicago. At 13 Montys, she says "ma" and "dada" to her parents Lesley and John Brown, who came from England to begin a publicity tour.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,342, Bob Finch photo: Republican presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan gave a group key Illinois supporters a sneak preview of his campaign on Nov. 16, 1975 in Des Plaines.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,342, Bob Finch photo: Republican presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan gave a group key Illinois supporters a sneak preview of his campaign on Nov. 16, 1975 in Des Plaines.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,342, Bob Finch photo: Republican presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan gave a group key Illinois supporters a sneak preview of his campaign on Nov. 16, 1975 in Des Plaines.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 38,342, Bob Finch photo: Republican presidential hopeful Ronald Reagan gave a group key Illinois supporters a sneak preview of his campaign on Nov. 16, 1975 in Des Plaines.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,853, Al Smith photo: These teens were enjoying the dancing at the Pink Phink in Mount Prospect in September of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,853, Al Smith photo: These teens were enjoying the dancing at the Pink Phink in Mount Prospect in September of 1965.
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