Horseshoes, dance lessons, Channel 2 studio, President Ford and more

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See vintage photos from Gerald Ford’s Daily Herald, Channel 2 TV studios, Chi Chi Rodriguez, dance lessons and more in our latest gallery “Through the Film Magnifier”

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Duty # 84 053, Gilbert Boucher photo: Great golfer Chi Chi Rodriguez gestures skyward with a group of amateurs after hitting a sand trap on the seventh take on the fifth annual outing golf course at the Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights in August 1986.

The Daily Herald Archive, Duty # 84 053, Gilbert Boucher photo: Great golfer Chi Chi Rodriguez gestures skyward with a group of amateurs after hitting a sand trap on the seventh take on the fifth annual outing golf course at the Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights in August 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 33,100, Photo by Bob Finch: These kids enjoy the watermelon tasting contest at Elk Grove Village in August 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 33,100, Photo by Bob Finch: These kids enjoy the watermelon tasting contest at Elk Grove Village in August 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 33,100, Photo by Bob Finch: These kids enjoy the watermelon tasting contest at Elk Grove Village in August 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 33,100, Photo by Bob Finch: These kids enjoy the watermelon tasting contest at Elk Grove Village in August 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 84,907, Photo by Nancy Stone: The set of the CBS First Edition news show at CBS2 studios in Chicago in November 1986.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,529, Mike Seeling Photo: Toll employee and his deputy Bill Larks work at the toll booth on the Tri-State Tollway during a toll employee strike in May 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,529, Mike Seeling Photo: Toll employee and his deputy Bill Larks work at the toll booth on the Tri-State Tollway during a toll employee strike in May 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,529, Photo by Mike Seeling: Toll workers work at the Tri-State Tollway toll booth during a toll workers' strike in May 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,529, Photo by Mike Seeling: Toll workers work at the Tri-State Tollway toll booth during a toll workers’ strike in May 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32,776, photo by Jay Needleman: These Thomas Junior High students learn the final moves in a dance class in Arlington Heights in July 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32,776, photo by Jay Needleman: These Thomas Junior High students learn the final moves in a dance class in Arlington Heights in July 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32,776, photo by Jay Needleman: These Thomas Junior High students learn the final moves in a dance class in Arlington Heights in July 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32,776, photo by Jay Needleman: These Thomas Junior High students learn the final moves in a dance class in Arlington Heights in July 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment 41,757, photo by Tom Grieger: President Gerald Ford addresses a crowd at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg in October 1976.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 41,757, photo by Tom Grieger: President Gerald Ford addresses a crowd at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg in October 1976.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,975 Photo by Scott Sanders: "Ace" Hoffman of Arlington Heights demonstrates his horseshoe throwing technique in April 1980. Hoffman said the key is focus, good wrist movement and proper tracking.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,975 Photo by Scott Sanders: “Ace” Hoffman of Arlington Heights demonstrates his horseshoe throwing technique in April 1980. Hoffman said the key is focus, good movement of the wrist and good tracking.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,975 Photo by Scott Sanders: "Ace" Hoffman of Arlington Heights demonstrates his horseshoe throwing technique in April 1980. Hoffman said the key is focus, good wrist movement and proper tracking.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,975 Photo by Scott Sanders: “Ace” Hoffman of Arlington Heights demonstrates his horseshoe throwing technique in April 1980. Hoffman said the key is focus, good movement of the wrist and good tracking.


The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32709, Photo by Dom Najolia: Bimbo Ice Cream Truck Driver Donna Smith patiently waits for the kids to decide what kind of ice cream they want at Rolling Meadows in July 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32709, Photo by Dom Najolia: Bimbo Ice Cream Truck Driver Donna Smith patiently waits for the kids to decide what kind of ice cream they want at Rolling Meadows in July 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32709, Photo by Dom Najolia: Bimbo Ice Cream Truck Driver Donna Smith patiently waits for the kids to decide what kind of ice cream they want at Rolling Meadows in July 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 32709, Photo by Dom Najolia: Bimbo Ice Cream Truck Driver Donna Smith patiently waits for the kids to decide what kind of ice cream they want at Rolling Meadows in July 1974.


The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 1254, photo by Mike Seeling: A member of the Beau Brummels relaxes before performing at the Cellar in Arlington Heights in June 1965.

The Daily Herald Archive, Homework # 1254, photo by Mike Seeling: A member of the Beau Brummels relaxes before performing at the Cellar in Arlington Heights in June 1965.


The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 34,033, Photo by Jim Frost: Dr Benjamin Spock, author of one of the most famous books on childcare and sometimes running for president, spoke at Harper College in Palatine in October 1974.


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