This strip was published on July 16, 1974.
This strip was published on July 16 1974
Michael Lynch
Pat Ready
Ben Reynolds
Matt McCullar
Sarah Peters
King Lou
This strip was published 47 years ago today on June 22, 1970. Although Woodstock first appeared in Peanuts in 1966, this is the first time that Snoopy names him in the strip. He is named after the Woodstock music festival that took place in 1969. ☮

In an interview Schulz said, "I had been reading the Life magazine article about the Woodstock festival and I had the little bird in the strip. It...
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This strip was published 47 years ago today on June 22 1970
Eric Thiede
Anette Lynch
Devin Andrew Ring Cassidy
This strip was published on August 21, 1967.☀ Happy First Day of Summer!
This strip was published on August 21 1967☀️ Happy First Day of Summer
Charles M. Schulz Museum
Elías Monetta
EM Chaffa
This strip was published on August 6, 1960. ☀
This strip was published on August 6 1960 ☀️
Mike Warner
Lisa Joner
Steven Watanabe
Happy Father's Day! This strip was published on June 21, 1987.
Happy Father's Day This strip was published on June 21 1987
Cheryl Newsome
Robert Wall
Sue Wansbrough
This strip was published on July 20, 1973. ⚾
This strip was published on July 20 1973 ⚾
Frank Royce Harr
Joan Pacitti
Mary Tormey
This strip was published on April 25, 1952.
This strip was published on April 25 1952
Walt Woody
Chris Barber
Phil Marsh
This strip was published on March 17, 1990. Happy Flag Day!
This strip was published on March 17 1990 Happy Flag Day
Patsy Coonce
Dot Olsen
Shirley Brannan
Eudora first appeared in Peanuts in a strip published 39 years ago today on June 13, 1978. Eudora meets Sally on the bus to camp and they become friends. ⛺ Later, Eudora moves to the neighborhood from another state and joins Sally in school and even plays on Charlie Brown's baseball team. She appeared in the strip regularly until 1985 and then faded into a minor character. Her last appearance...
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Eudora first appeared in Peanuts in a strip published 39 years ago
Mary Tormey
Nathan HisNibs
Chester Daniel Delos Santos
This strip was published on May 16, 1981.
This strip was published on May 16 1981
Clare Walsh
Patricia Henninger Hoffman
Justin Bannah
This strip was published on June 21, 1982.
This strip was published on June 21 1982
Mary Tormey
Marvin Elliott
Patsy Coonce
This strip was published on June 18, 1982.
This strip was published on June 18 1982
Clo Bird
Amber Seashell
Stephanie Mack
Happy National Best Friends Day! Only Charles Schulz could create a friendship between a beagle and a bird and make it work.

Schulz employed Snoopy and Woodstock to showcase the complexities of friendship. And despite sometimes having their differences, their friendship is one of the strongest and well-loved of the strip. This strip was published on February 4, 1971.
Happy National Best Friends Day Only Charles Schulz could create a friendship
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Amparo Lvn
Amanda Kinsley-Smith
This strip was published on June 10, 1982.
This strip was published on June 10 1982
Clo Bird
Mary Tormey
Neil Phelan
This strip was published on June 8, 1982. What are your summer plans? ☀
This strip was published on June 8 1982 What are your summer plans ☀️
Helen Owens
K.L. Horkey
Smriti Chandrasekar
“Perhaps sometimes we do have too many monuments, too many holidays, and things of this kind,” Schulz said, “But D-Day is not one of them. No, it’s one of those days we must not forget.”

June 6, 2017, marks the 73rd anniversary of the Normandy invasions during World War II, known as D-Day. Schulz served with the Twentieth Armored Division as a machine-gun squad leader in the European Theater...
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Perhaps sometimes we do have too many monuments too many holidays and
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This strip was published on June 4, 1965. ⛺
This strip was published on June 4 1965 ⛺
Steven Starr
Stuart Field
Will Weaver
This strip was published on September 21, 1973.
This strip was published on September 21 1973
Patsy Coonce
Terri Allen
Steven Watanabe
Fifty years ago today on June 1, 1967, the You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown musical debuted at San Francisco’s Little Fox Theatre, where it ran for five years. Schulz was said to be a frequent attendee of these performances and got to know the cast well.

"I used to go down to the theatre in San Francisco and it was a great pleasure to stand out in the lobby when the show was over and seeing...
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Fifty years ago today on June 1 1967 the Youre A Good
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