Images:Through the Film Magnifier: Bobby Hull, Peter O'Toole, Ted Nugent, aerobics classes for kids and more

 
 
Posted5/17/2021 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Bobby Hull, Peter O'Toole, Pit 'n Pub bartender, Roselle Fest, player pianos and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks hockey legend Bobby Hull greeted fans at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks hockey legend Bobby Hull greeted fans at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks hockey legend Bobby Hull greeted fans at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks hockey legend Bobby Hull greeted fans at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks fans lined up to meet their heroes Bobby Hull, Glenn Hall, Stan Mikita and Kenny Wharram at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,165, Larry Cameron photo: Chicago Blackhawks fans lined up to meet their heroes Bobby Hull, Glenn Hall, Stan Mikita and Kenny Wharram at the Novak and Parker store in Mount Prospect in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: A marching band entertains the crowd during the Rose Parade in Roselle in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: A marching band entertains the crowd during the Rose Parade in Roselle in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Rose Festival queen Kathy Stevenson, center, waves to the crowd which flocked into Roselle for the annual parade in June of 1965. At left is second runner up Wendy Beach and at right is first runner up Colleen Killen.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: Rose Festival queen Kathy Stevenson, center, waves to the crowd which flocked into Roselle for the annual parade in June of 1965. At left is second runner up Wendy Beach and at right is first runner up Colleen Killen.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: A marching band entertains the crowd during the Rose Parade in Roselle in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,203, Tom Grieger photo: A marching band entertains the crowd during the Rose Parade in Roselle in June of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 85,026, Rich Chapman photo: Rose Records manager Michael Alroy puts Bruce Springsteen's latest live album out on the shelves in Vernon Hills before the store opened in November of 1986. He was predicting the album would sell out very quickly.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 85,026, Rich Chapman photo: Rose Records manager Michael Alroy puts Bruce Springsteen's latest live album out on the shelves in Vernon Hills before the store opened in November of 1986. He was predicting the album would sell out very quickly.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,441-A, Sig Bokladers photo: Amateur clowns Dave Rey, left, and Becky Baumann pay a visit to the bunny exhibit at the DuPage County Fair in Wheaton in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,441-A, Sig Bokladers photo: Amateur clowns Dave Rey, left, and Becky Baumann pay a visit to the bunny exhibit at the DuPage County Fair in Wheaton in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,441-A, Sig Bokladers photo: A clown at the DuPage County Fair in Wheaton puts on his funny face prior to performing in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,441-A, Sig Bokladers photo: A clown at the DuPage County Fair in Wheaton puts on his funny face prior to performing in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Actor Peter O'Toole during an interview in Chicago about the opening of the play "Present Laughter" in October of 1978.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Actor Peter O'Toole during an interview in Chicago about the opening of the play "Present Laughter" in October of 1978.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Actor Peter O'Toole during an interview in Chicago about the opening of the play "Present Laughter" in October of 1978.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Actor Peter O'Toole during an interview in Chicago about the opening of the play "Present Laughter" in October of 1978.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent relaxing prior to taking the stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent relaxing prior to taking the stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent with is mother, Marion Nugent, prior to taking the stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent with is mother, Marion Nugent, prior to taking the stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent's fan enjoy the music and take photos at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent's fan enjoy the music and take photos at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent on stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent on stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent on stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Dave Tonge photo: Rocker Ted Nugent on stage at Soldier Field during his "Cat Scratch Fever" tour in August of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,107, Rich Chapman photo: Seven-year-old Kathy Zimmerman is all twisted up during an aerobics class taught by Karen Haisne at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,107, Rich Chapman photo: Seven-year-old Kathy Zimmerman is all twisted up during an aerobics class taught by Karen Haisne at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,107, Rich Chapman photo: Aerobics teacher Karen Haisne helps seven-year-old Ashley Ekstrom with a flip at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,107, Rich Chapman photo: Aerobics teacher Karen Haisne helps seven-year-old Ashley Ekstrom with a flip at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 29,957, Bob Strawn photo: A Pit 'n Pub bartender in Arlington Heights makes a cocktail using an automated drink-making machine in June of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 29,957, Bob Strawn photo: A Pit 'n Pub bartender in Arlington Heights makes a cocktail using an automated drink-making machine in June of 1971.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,416, Sig Bokalders photo: Hot dog lover Jerome Gaftman sells hot dogs to ballplayers at Sycamore Park in Hoffman Estates in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,416, Sig Bokalders photo: Hot dog lover Jerome Gaftman sells hot dogs to ballplayers at Sycamore Park in Hoffman Estates in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,877, Bob Finch photo: Two young friends of the Ray Halaus family, Kathy Brasky, 5 and her sister Carol, 4, read the notes on a player piano roll in Rolling Meadows in September of 1965. The old time piano at the Halaus residence has proved to be a big attraction for friends.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,877, Bob Finch photo: Two young friends of the Ray Halaus family, Kathy Brasky, 5 and her sister Carol, 4, read the notes on a player piano roll in Rolling Meadows in September of 1965. The old time piano at the Halaus residence has proved to be a big attraction for friends.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,643, Gilbert Boucher photo: These two students at St. John School in Streamwood participate in an event depicting the Worlds Fair in March of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,643, Gilbert Boucher photo: These two students at St. John School in Streamwood participate in an event depicting the Worlds Fair in March of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,643, Gilbert Boucher photo: Wearing a sash depicting her ethnic background and carrying a flag representing that country, Tiffany Pau, 7, right, a student at St. John School in Streamwood, leads the parade of flags during her class' rendition of the Worlds Fair in March of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,643, Gilbert Boucher photo: Wearing a sash depicting her ethnic background and carrying a flag representing that country, Tiffany Pau, 7, right, a student at St. John School in Streamwood, leads the parade of flags during her class' rendition of the Worlds Fair in March of 1986.
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