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.

Latest Blog Posts:

Charlie Brown Comes Home

Aug 13, 2013

These two delightful drawings which have ‘come home” to the Museum have a wonderful story behind them- going back to Sparky’s army days. Sparky spoke frequently about his army buddies, particularly after a conversation with the historian of the group, Art Lynch, or with his fellow squad leader and good friend, Elmer Hagemeyer. Sparky spoke […]

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Peanuts Grows On Vine

Aug 06, 2013

We always figured it took about 4 seconds to read a daily Peanuts comic strip.  Little did Sparky know how “d’actualitè” he would be 60 years later.  Today I had the pleasure of meeting Khoa Phan, a creative tech geek and official Vine creator for Peanuts Worldwide.  For those of you who are not familiar […]

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Oh to have a Second Life

Aug 02, 2013

In a tribute to the 18 years (1986 – 2003) of Christmas Ice Show extravaganzas, the Museum in 2007 had an exhibition of some of the marvelous costumes from those shows which were donated to the Museum for its permanent collection.  Jennifer Langeberg-Vaughn, who designed the costumes and her mother Charlotte gave invaluable help to […]

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