Jean Schulz's Blog

Jean Schulz, the widow of Charles “Sparky” Schulz and President of the Board of Directors at the Charles M. Schulz Museum, chronicles her adventures in the cartooning and comic book world of Peanuts.

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Japanese Travel Show

Oct 22, 2010

We are very proud that the Charles M. Schulz Museum is one of the California attractions that will be featured on an upcoming Japanese travel show. On Friday, the film crew shot the Museum’s permanent exhibitions, Sparky’s studio, and original Peanuts strips, as well as an interview with me. They also filmed the Swiss chalet exterior of […]

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Festival of Cartoon Art – Ohio State University

Oct 20, 2010

I am wishing all my cartoon-enthusiast friends could be here at Ohio State University for the Festival of Cartoon Art, which this year is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Krazy Kat. The first day featured a series of academic talks with a major portion dedicated to cartoonist George Herriman and his comic heroes, Krazy Kat and […]

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Unveiling of Sparky’s Portrait at the National Portrait Gallery
Washington, D.C.

Oct 01, 2010

The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery honored all of us who loved Sparky and continue to love his creation, Peanuts, with the installation of a photographic portrait taken in 1986 by renowned Canadian photographer, Yousuf Karsh.  The image was donated to the National Portrait Gallery by Yousuf’s widow, Estrellita. A group of Santa Rosa friends, Peanuts fans from near […]

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