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This strip was published on February 22, 1982.
This strip was published on May 22, 1960. Happy National Puppy Day!
Twenty years ago today, on March 22, 1997, Peanuts Gallery by American composer Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, premiered at Carnegie Hall.

Zwilich, the first female composer to win the Pulizter Prize for Music, was mentioned by Schulz in a Peanuts comic strip on October 13, 1990. This mention started a friendship between the composer and Schulz, which later led them in collaborating on the critically...
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ICYMI: More than 500 people came to the Museum this past Saturday to meet best-selling author, Lemony Snicket!
This strip was published on March 23, 1957. Happy First Day of Spring!
This strip was published on August 31, 1966. ⚾
This strip was published on March 10, 1962.
California residents: Have you seen any Snoopy license plates around town? Jean Schulz shows readers some of the plates she's seen in her latest blog post: schulzmuseum.org/license-plates-seen-around-town/
This strip was published on May 8, 1957.
This strip was published on May 3, 1960.
This strip was published on March 6, 1972.
This strip was published on August 14, 1967. ⚾
This strip was published on July 17, 1973.
This strip was published on June 23, 1971.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, the Museum hosted a cast day event on Saturday featuring live song performances from the acclaimed musical. Here is a short clip of one of our special guests, Pacifica Spindrift Players, performing "Happiness" from their recent production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

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This strip was published on November 14, 1985. ????
Frieda first appeared in Peanuts 56 years ago today in this strip published on March 6, 1961.
Lucy van Pelt first appeared in the Peanuts strip 65 years ago today on March 3, 1952. In the first strips featuring Lucy, she was depicted as a wide-eyed baby who often caused trouble for her unseen parents. Schulz soon began drawing Lucy as a more mature little girl, and she eventually became the bossy, crabby, “fussbudget” we know and love today.
This strip was published on October 16, 1979. Happy World Book Day!