Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Bob Collins, Jack Nicklaus, Richard Daley, Woodfield Mall Ice Arena and more

 
 
Updated 6/15/2021 6:44 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of WGN radio icon Bob Collins, Richard Daley, Jack Nicklaus, the Woodfield Ice Arena, juggling and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,578, Bob Finch photo: Bruce Dodds, left, of the First Arlington National Bank, and Police Chief L.W. Calderwood confer after the predawn robbery in Arlington Heights in February of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,578, Bob Finch photo: Bruce Dodds, left, of the First Arlington National Bank, and Police Chief L.W. Calderwood confer after the predawn robbery in Arlington Heights in February of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,578, Bob Finch photo: The scene at the First Arlington National Bank, in Arlington Heights which was robbed in February of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,578, Bob Finch photo: The scene at the First Arlington National Bank, in Arlington Heights which was robbed in February of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in the Chicago studio after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in his Chicago office after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,397, Scott Sanders photo: Legendary WGN radio broadcaster Bob Collins in his Chicago office after taking over the morning show from Wally Phillips in July of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,664, Jay Needleman photo: These kindergarten students master the art of pottery in a ceramics class in Elk Grove Village in March of 1974
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,664, Jay Needleman photo: These kindergarten students master the art of pottery in a ceramics class in Elk Grove Village in March of 1974
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 89,258, Dave Tonge photo: Gloria Turausky, the Bird Lady of Arlington Heights, with Snow White, one of her indoor birds in September of 1987
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 89,258, Dave Tonge photo: Gloria Turausky, the Bird Lady of Arlington Heights, with Snow White, one of her indoor birds in September of 1987
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 658, Mike Seeling photo: This young girl releases a balloon during the balloon-a-thon sponsored by the Arlington Market Shopping Center in Arlington Heights in March of 1965. Balloons with identification tags were released from the parking lot. Replies were received from New York state and Ontario.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 658, Mike Seeling photo: This young girl releases a balloon during the balloon-a-thon sponsored by the Arlington Market Shopping Center in Arlington Heights in March of 1965. Balloons with identification tags were released from the parking lot. Replies were received from New York state and Ontario.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,368, Bob Ringham photo: After finishing the second round of the Western Open at Butler National golf course in Oak Brook in July of 1981, Jack Nicklaus was mobbed by admiring fans. Nicklaus would finish in a tie for 7th place.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,368, Bob Ringham photo: After finishing the second round of the Western Open at Butler National golf course in Oak Brook in July of 1981, Jack Nicklaus was mobbed by admiring fans. Nicklaus would finish in a tie for 7th place.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,980, Jon Kirn photo: Cook County State's Attorney Richard M. Daley a past candidate for Chicago Mayor, met with Rolling Meadows High School students in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,980, Jon Kirn photo: Cook County State's Attorney Richard M. Daley a past candidate for Chicago Mayor, met with Rolling Meadows High School students in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,980, Jon Kirn photo: Cook County State's Attorney Richard M. Daley a past candidate for Chicago Mayor, met with Rolling Meadows High School students in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,980, Jon Kirn photo: Cook County State's Attorney Richard M. Daley a past candidate for Chicago Mayor, met with Rolling Meadows High School students in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 73,861, Bob Chwedyk photo: Kids watch the ice being resurfaced at the Woodfield Ice Arena in Schaumburg in October of 1984.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 73,861, Bob Chwedyk photo: Kids watch the ice being resurfaced at the Woodfield Ice Arena in Schaumburg in October of 1984.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 73,861, Bob Chwedyk photo: This youngster gets some help with his ice skates prior to hitting the ice at the Woodfield Ice Arena in Schaumburg in October of 1984.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 73,861, Bob Chwedyk photo: This youngster gets some help with his ice skates prior to hitting the ice at the Woodfield Ice Arena in Schaumburg in October of 1984.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,915, Jon Kirn photo: Mike Vondruska, director of the Illinois Juggling Institute, shows off his juggling skills at his Bensenville home in August of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,915, Jon Kirn photo: Mike Vondruska, director of the Illinois Juggling Institute, shows off his juggling skills at his Bensenville home in August of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,915, Jon Kirn photo: Mike Vondruska, director of the Illinois Juggling Institute, shows off his juggling skills at his Bensenville home in August of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 83,915, Jon Kirn photo: Mike Vondruska, director of the Illinois Juggling Institute, shows off his juggling skills at his Bensenville home in August of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,441, Mike Seeling photo: If Mark Huntenburg looks like he just sucked a lemon, that's because he did. Mark lost the contest because the goal was to suck on a lemon without making a face. This was part of the Rolling Meadows Park District summer recreation program in August of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,441, Mike Seeling photo: If Mark Huntenburg looks like he just sucked a lemon, that's because he did. Mark lost the contest because the goal was to suck on a lemon without making a face. This was part of the Rolling Meadows Park District summer recreation program in August of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,441, Mike Seeling photo: Mike Huntenburg covered in yolk during an egg tossing contest at Cardinal Drive Park. This was part of the Rolling Meadows Park District summer recreation program in August of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,441, Mike Seeling photo: Mike Huntenburg covered in yolk during an egg tossing contest at Cardinal Drive Park. This was part of the Rolling Meadows Park District summer recreation program in August of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,637, Bob Ringham photo: A glum looking Sheila Mischke, wife of a fired air traffic controller, accompanies pickers outside O'Hare Airport on Thursday, August 13, 1981. Area labor leaders joined PATCO strikers on the picket line a the airport and urged President Reagan to rehire the controllers.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,637, Bob Ringham photo: A glum looking Sheila Mischke, wife of a fired air traffic controller, accompanies pickers outside O'Hare Airport on Thursday, August 13, 1981. Area labor leaders joined PATCO strikers on the picket line a the airport and urged President Reagan to rehire the controllers.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,708, Dom Najolia photo: The Gregory School stock market is open for business and students are lining up to get in. Students in fifth and sixth grade at the Mount Prospect school are participating in the project designed to teach them about the market in March of 1974. At the end of the four weeks, the best investor wins a real share of stock too.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,708, Dom Najolia photo: The Gregory School stock market is open for business and students are lining up to get in. Students in fifth and sixth grade at the Mount Prospect school are participating in the project designed to teach them about the market in March of 1974. At the end of the four weeks, the best investor wins a real share of stock too.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,708, Dom Najolia photo: The Gregory School stock market is open for business and Sue Sell is ready to do some speculating. Students in fifth and sixth grade at the Mount Prospect school are participating in the project designed to teach them about the market in March of 1974. At the end of the four weeks, the best investor wins a real share of stock too.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 31,708, Dom Najolia photo: The Gregory School stock market is open for business and Sue Sell is ready to do some speculating. Students in fifth and sixth grade at the Mount Prospect school are participating in the project designed to teach them about the market in March of 1974. At the end of the four weeks, the best investor wins a real share of stock too.
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