The Maker of Snoopy By: kaidyn dover and christian ramsey

Birth: Charles Schulz was born on November 26, 1922 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Dena Bertina (nee Halverson) Schulz and Carl Fredrich Augustus Schulz.

Death: Charles Schulz dies peacefully in his sleep at home on February 12, 2000. He passed away due to complications from colon cancer.

Early Life event: In 1937 the original cartoon from "Ripley's Believe It or Not" that features a drawing of Spike, Charles M. Schulz's dog, "A Hunting Dog that eats pins, tack and razor blades owned by C.F. Schulz, St. Paul, Minn. Drawn by Sparky." Also featured in the cartoon is a petrified apple owned by Franklyn Pearce, champion cigar smoker A. Ramirez Tampa, and Glen Roberts, basketball player for E. & H. College, VA.

Middle life event: As the popularity of the Peanuts comic strip continued to surge, the city of San Diego, California, proclaimed that June 17th 1971 would be “Peanuts Day.” Charles M. Schulz also received the key to the city from then Mayor Frank Curran.

Late life event: In January of 1990, Snoopy in Fashion debuts at the Louvre. The exhibit features 300 Snoopy and Belle plush dolls in fashions by more than 150 world famous designers.

Charles Schulz used the art style of comic art.

He is most famous for the Peanuts comic series.

Cited sources:

http://schulzmuseum.org/about-the-man/schulz-biography/

http://schulzmuseum.org/timeline/

Credits:

Created with images by andertoons - "Ziploc Peanuts All Stars Cards"

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