History of Gay and Lesbian Life in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Media - Print

 
Our Horizons

First Issue:
Last Issue:

approx. August, 1981
unknown
Target:

News (male and female)

Format:

8.5"w x 11"h, magazine

Frequency:

Twice per month/ 24 times per year

 
       
 

An early issue was labeled "Wisconsin's Only Gay/Lesbian Newsmagazine", and featured a glossy cover page and staple-bound format, although with less expensive newsprint paper inside. It was published by Shalom Enterprises, editor Ralph Navarro (a pioneer in many aspects of Milwaukee's gay community).

Early issues included articles on gay medicine; a discussion of the so-called 'Moral Majority' and local gay business owners; Money Talk; and the arts: a wide range of topics and articles, plus many box and display ads, a calendar, classifieds, and directories of both local businesses and 30 community organizations (until then not widely listed in other publications).

    Disclaimer-- Any publications reproduced here are shown without release because we have been unable to locate the copyright holder, if any. Their reproduction is intended to document and honor those who made such early contributions to the community and with full desire to include proper credit, if known. We will remove any reproductions immediately upon notification of or from any valid copyright holder.

 

Volume 1- Number 3, September 1981
Volume 1- Number 3
September 1981
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Volume 1- Number 4, October 1981
Volume 1- Number 4
October 1981
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Credits: Early editions courtesy of Jerry Johnson;
Page design and arrangement by Don Schwamb.
Last updated: May-2008.