Original art for a handful of unpublished Li’l Folks comic strips, spring 1950. Earlier versions ran on Sept. 19, 1948, top left, June 13, 1948, top right, and Nov. 28, 1948, bottom.
Original art for a handful of unpublished Li’l Folks comic strips, spring 1950. Earlier versions ran on Sept. 19, 1948, top left, June 13, 1948, top right, and Nov. 28, 1948, bottom.Copyright © 2015 Peanuts Worldwide LLC
Original art for a handful of unpublished Li’l Folks comic strips, spring 1950. Earlier versions ran on Sept. 19, 1948, top left, June 13, 1948, top right, and Nov. 28, 1948, bottom.
Subscriber promotional ads for launch of Peanuts Sunday comics, which made their debut on Jan. 6, 1952.
Proof sheet for one of the first three Peanuts daily newspaper strips, Oct. 2–4, 1950.
Comic book cover, Peanuts: Comics on Parade no. 1, United Feature Syndicate, 1953.
Left, Sparkler Comics no. 115, United Feature Syndicate, Jan./Feb. 1954. This daily strip was first published in black and white on Dec. 6, 1951. Fritzi Ritz no. 40, United Feature Syndicate, May 1955. These two daily strips were first published in black and white on Dec. 13, 1951, top, and Dec. 5, 1951, bottom.
Detail, Sunday comic strip, May 24, 1953.
Original art for Sunday comic strip, November 29, 1953.
“Charlie Brown’s Christmas Stocking,” a sixteen-page pullout storybook supplement, created two years before A Charlie Brown Christmas, for Good Housekeeping, Dec. 1963.
Original art for “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Stocking,” 1963.
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Original art for a handful of unpublished Li’l Folks comic strips, spring 1950. Earlier versions ran on Sept. 19, 1948,
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