CHARLES SCHULZ Inscribed black and white publicity photograph of Charles Schulz talking on the phone. Photograph inscribed and signed: “For John with/every best/wish -/Charles M./Schulz”. B/w, 8×10. Charles Schulz, a freelance cartoonist with “The Saturday Evening Post” (1948-1949), originally titled his single-panel cartoon about life’s funny happenings “Li’l Folks”. It was syndicated as a panel strip in 1950 as “Peanuts”, a name Schulz disliked. In addition to both daily and Sunday strips, the “Peanuts” gang appeared in television specials and films and on a full line of popular merchandise. Schulz, who died in February 2000, just as his last strip was being delivered in Sunday newspapers, personally drew and lettered every strip. His award-winning work – he was Cartoonist of the Year in 1955 and again in 1965 – is still syndicated. Lightly rippled. Otherwise, fine condition. – Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 47063
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