Horoscopes for Essence magazine

Illustration issue of Essence magazine. The illustration is marked "May" but it is uncertain whether it was published or what year or issue that it appeared.. "A Voice for Black Women: 1969-85 Essence Communications grew out of a conference for aspiring African-American entrepreneurs attended by, among others, Edward Lewis, a First National City Bank executive trainee, and Clarence O. Smith, a Prudential insurance salesman. The company that would become Essence was founded in 1969 as the Hollingsworth Group by Lewis, Smith, Cecil Hollingsworth, a graphics consultant, and Jonathan Blount, an advertising salesman, in order to publish the first general-interest magazine aimed at African-American women. Blount was the original publisher; Gordon Parks, a noted photographer and writer and later a filmmaker, was the editorial director." —https://www.encyclopedia.com/books/politics-and-business-magazines/essence-communications-inc