By: Charles M. Schulz
Date: November 16, 1952
Source: Schulz, Charles M. Peanuts comic strip. Syndicated by United Features. November 16, 1952. Reprinted in Charles M. Schulz. Peanuts Revisited: Favorites Old and New. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1955.
About the Artist: Charles M. Schulz (1922–2000) was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended art school there. His comic strip Li'l Folks first appeared in The St. Paul Pioneer Press in the late 1940s and was later picked up by the United Features Syndicate in 1950 and renamed Peanuts. Shultz wrote and and drew Peanuts for fifty years, and it became the most well-loved comic strip in history. Schulz also developed a musical, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," and numerous books and animated TV specials based on his comic strip characters....
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