Images: Through the Film Magnifier: Sonny and Cher, Miss. Universe, Jimmy Carter, blind skiing and more

 
 
Posted11/1/2021 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of Sonny and Cher, Miss. Universe, President Jimmy Carter, blind skiing and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifer" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 55,744, Dave Tonge photo: Senior citizens gathers to play cards in Elk Grove Village as part of the Golden Agers group in September of 1980.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 55,744, Dave Tonge photo: Senior citizens gathers to play cards in Elk Grove Village as part of the Golden Agers group in September of 1980.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 55,744, Dave Tonge photo: Senior citizens gathers to play cards in Elk Grove Village as part of the Golden Agers group in September of 1980.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 55,744, Dave Tonge photo: Senior citizens gathers to play cards in Elk Grove Village as part of the Golden Agers group in September of 1980.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,642, Bob Strawn photo: Sonny and Cher made a personal appearance at the Mount Prospect Cinema in April of 1967 to promote their first movie, "Good Times."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,642, Bob Strawn photo: Sonny and Cher made a personal appearance at the Mount Prospect Cinema in April of 1967 to promote their first movie, "Good Times."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,882, Greg Warner photo: This youngster shares his treats with a sheep at a petting zoo at Randhurst Shopping Center in Mount Prospect in July of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,882, Greg Warner photo: This youngster shares his treats with a sheep at a petting zoo at Randhurst Shopping Center in Mount Prospect in July of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,882, Greg Warner photo: This youngster shares his treats with a sheep at a petting zoo at Randhurst Shopping Center in Mount Prospect in July of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 32,882, Greg Warner photo: This youngster shares his treats with a sheep at a petting zoo at Randhurst Shopping Center in Mount Prospect in July of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,839, Bob Strawn photo: Mount Prospect Central School students are putting greeting labels on 400 cans of shaving cream in December of 1967. The student council is donating them to Vietnam veterans in the Great Lakes Naval Hospital.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,839, Bob Strawn photo: Mount Prospect Central School students are putting greeting labels on 400 cans of shaving cream in December of 1967. The student council is donating them to Vietnam veterans in the Great Lakes Naval Hospital.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,629, Bob Strawn photo: Miss. Universe 1966-67, Margareta Arvidsson of Sweden was at the Carson Pirie Scott store at Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs for fans in April of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,629, Bob Strawn photo: Miss. Universe 1966-67, Margareta Arvidsson of Sweden was at the Carson Pirie Scott store at Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs for fans in April of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,629, Bob Strawn photo: Miss. Universe 1966-67, Margareta Arvidsson of Sweden was at the Carson Pirie Scott store at Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs for fans in April of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 6,629, Bob Strawn photo: Miss. Universe 1966-67, Margareta Arvidsson of Sweden was at the Carson Pirie Scott store at Randhurst Mall in Mount Prospect to sign autographs for fans in April of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,166, Tom Grieger photo: Band Director Robert Henry, left, poses with youths in District 57's band who portray characters in the Peanuts comic strip. Pictured are Linus, who is Patrick Yates, Lucy, who is Jeanne Freeman and Drum Major Carol Flores in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,166, Tom Grieger photo: Band Director Robert Henry, left, poses with youths in District 57's band who portray characters in the Peanuts comic strip. Pictured are Linus, who is Patrick Yates, Lucy, who is Jeanne Freeman and Drum Major Carol Flores in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,598, Charles Cherney photo: Actor Richard Dreyfuss talks about the existential exponents of his Or-Not Theory. Dreyfuss was in Chicago to promote is film "Whose Life Is It Anyway?" in February of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.392, Mike Seeling photo: President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn march in the inaugural parade in Washington D.C. after taking the oath of office in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.392, Mike Seeling photo: President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn march in the inaugural parade in Washington D.C. after taking the oath of office in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.392, Mike Seeling photo: Crowds line the street to watch President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn march along the inaugural parade route in Washington D.C. after taking the oath of office in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.392, Mike Seeling photo: Crowds line the street to watch President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn march along the inaugural parade route in Washington D.C. after taking the oath of office in January of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 7,308, Bob Strawn photo: Archers get in some practice in advance of the Hoffman Estates Park District's Robin Hood Tournament at Highland Park in July of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.617, Dom Najolia photo: Joel, left and Jeremy Goldberg are twins who practice dentistry in Arlington Heights. Their father and Joels' father-in-law also are dentists. They are pictured in their office in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 42.617, Dom Najolia photo: Joel, left and Jeremy Goldberg are twins who practice dentistry in Arlington Heights. Their father and Joels' father-in-law also are dentists. They are pictured in their office in March of 1977.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,273 Bob Strawn photo: This young football player, one of the many contestants in a recent Punt, Pass and Kick contest, displays his kicking form at Pioneer Park in Arlington Heights in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,273 Bob Strawn photo: This young football player, one of the many contestants in a recent Punt, Pass and Kick contest, displays his kicking form at Pioneer Park in Arlington Heights in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,273 Bob Strawn photo: Richard Duel, 10, one of the many contestants in the recent Punt, Pass and Kick contest, displays his kicking form at Pioneer Park in Arlington Heights in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 8,273 Bob Strawn photo: Richard Duel, 10, one of the many contestants in the recent Punt, Pass and Kick contest, displays his kicking form at Pioneer Park in Arlington Heights in October of 1967.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,522, Dave Tonge photo: Using a guide as his eyes, Glen Abramowski swings into a turn. He follows immediately in the tracks of Al Quig, a member of the American Blind Skiing Foundation at Villa Olivia in Bartlett in January of 1982.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 61,522, Dave Tonge photo: Using a guide as his eyes, Glen Abramowski swings into a turn. He follows immediately in the tracks of Al Quig, a member of the American Blind Skiing Foundation at Villa Olivia in Bartlett in January of 1982.
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