This magazine started out as an attempt by A.P.P.L.E. to catch up with the rest of the computing world at the time.  Initially called 32 Little Apples and produced as a newsletter,  it was changed in 1986 to Mac A.P.P.L.E..  However, confusion seemed to be the item of the day and the magazine was re-named once again.  The new name, Mac Horizons stuck until the magazine was discontinued in 1988.

This newsletter eventually became Mac A.P.P.L.E..  While the newsletter is known to exist, no actual copies of the newsletter are physically owned by the group.  We are continually searching for copies of the newsletter and ask that if anyone has any copies of this magazine, feel free to contact us.

The Editorial Staff included Lisa and Michael Storrie-Lombardi with Douglas S. Fraser as the main editor.  It was primarily focused on Mac and Lisa related topics as part of the A.P.P.L.E. Co-Op’s Mac and Lisa Special Interest Group. The art work on the cover was done by Mary Hubert.

Only two issues of this newsletter has been located to date and thanks to the Charles Baggage Institute, the first one is available in PDF format for our members.  The second one, Volume 2 Number 6 is from the personal library of Bill Martens with scanning and editing by Brian Wiser.

32 Little Apples Magazines

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A.P.P.L.E. Mac Magazines



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We would like to find all issues of the magazine.  If anyone has any of the issues, please contact us.  Specifically, we are missing:

Mac A.P.P.L.E..  =  1986 (March, April, July, October), 1987 (October)
Mac Horizons  =  February 1988
32 Little Apples  =  All issues missing except v1 #2, V2 #6

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