comics research bibliography: Charles Schulz

Based on the comics research bibliography, copyright 2002 by John Bullough and Michael Rhode.


[Unknown.] 1970.
[Charlie Brown movie review.]
Marvelmania (2).

[Unknown.] 1996.
Schulzes' $5 million gift to Sonoma State [Peanuts creator].
San Francisco Chronicle (May 20).

Adams, Noah. 2000.
Peanuts Void [on Schulz retirement].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (January 3)

Allen, Henry. 2000.
The Cartoonist Who Drew From Experience [Charles Schulz].
Washington Post (February 14): C1

Alpert, Lukas I. 2000.
Peers Honor 'Peanuts' Creator Schulz.
Associated Press (May 28)

Antonucci, Mike. 1999.
It's retirement, Charlie Brown; Schulz to end `Peanuts' after 49 years; Legendary artist, 77, shifting his focus to health, family.
San Jose Mercury News (December 15)

Antonucci, Mike. 2000.
Questions he raised will linger with us [Schulz obituary].
San Jose Mercury News (February 14)

Associated Press. 2000.
D-Day tribute where losses were heavy [Jeannie Schulz].
New York Times (May 30): A12

Associated Press. 2000.
Good-bye, Charlie Brown [Schulz retirement].
Nashville Tennessean (February 13): 2A

Astor, David. 1993.
Round-headed kid wins a game with round-tripper! Charles Schulz talks about why Charlie Brown was allowed to smack a dramatic home run in 'Peanuts'.
? Editor and Publisher (April 10): 36

Astor, David. 1993.
Scripps decides to keep United Media [Charles Schulz, Jim Davis].
Editor and Publisher (August 21): 34-5

Astor, David. 1994.
Doing a comic still a 'thrill' for Schulz.
Editor and Publisher (May 28): 30

Beasley, Brad. 1999.
Charlie Brown kept a generation grounded [Schulz retirement letter].
Nashville Tennessean (December 23): 8A

Beck, John. 1999.
"The most influential strip': Cartoonists herald Schulz as a pioneer.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (December 15)

Begley, Sharon. 2000.
So long, Snoopy & co. [Schulz retirement includes interview].
Newsweek (January 1): 18-25

Beitiks, Edvins. 1999.
"Peanuts' was anything but; Charles Schulz brought humanity to the comics pages with a boy named Charlie Brown.
San Francisco Examiner (December 15)

Belsie, Laurent. 1999.
Good Grief; 'Peanuts': oasis of optimism in a jaded time [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Christian Science Monitor (December 16)

Bernstein, Adam. 2000.
Peanuts' Creator Charles Schulz Dies; Amusing, Wistful Comic Strip Ran for Nearly Half a Century.
Washington Post (February 14): A1

Block, Herbert [Herblock]. 1999.
[untitled editorial cartoon on Schulz retirement].
Washington Post (December 15)

Boxer, Sarah. 2000.
Charles M. Schulz, `Peanuts' Creator, Dies at 77.
New York Times (February 14)

Brantley, Ben. 1999.
Your Sister's Gutsy, Charlie Brown ['Peanuts' Theater Review].
New York Times (February 5)

Brown, Curt. 1997.
Cartoonist Charles Schulz remembers the early days in Minnesota.
Minneapolis Star Tribune (November 23)

Brown, Susan. 2000.
Snoopy comes home to perform in Vienna theatre [Peanuts play "Snoopy!!!"].
Northern Virginia Sun Weekly (May 4): 11

Brunetti, Ivan. 1998.
You're a good man, Charlie Schulz [letter reprinted from The Comics Journal].
Harper's Magazine (October): 34

Burgess, Steve. 2000.
Brilliant career: Charles Schulz . With his globally recognized "Peanuts" characters, he delved into the psyche of children and created daily moral ity plays that became part of the public consciousness.
Salon (January 4): http://www.salon.com/people/bc/2000/01/04/schulz/

Caldwell, Christopher. 2000.
The dog that ate Charlie Brown [Schulz retirement].
Independent (January 5)

Carlson, Darren K. 2000.
More Than Six in Ten Americans Are Fans of Peanuts Comic Strip; Snoopy seen as favorite character.
Gallup News Service (February 11)

Cart, Michael. 1989.
In Short [review of Good Grief: The story of Charles M. Schulz].
New York Times (Oct 8).

Cavanaugh, Tim. 1999.
Is it mere coincidence that Peanuts and Joseph Heller died in the same week? [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Feed (December 15): http://www.feedmagazine.com/daily/dy121599_master.html

Chin, Paula. 2000.
Gentle genius: The world says goodbye to Charles Schulz, the sensitive and shy spirit of Peanuts.
People (February 28): 52-59

Clinton, William J. 1999.
Statement on the Retirement of Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz.
in Public Papers of the Presidents: William J. Clinton, 1999.
Washington: US Government Printing Office: 2623.
online at http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/nara003.html

Clinton, William J. 2000.
Statement on the Death of Charles M. Schulz, Jr.
in Public Papers of the Presidents: William J. Clinton, 2000.
Washington: US Government Printing Office: 293.
online at http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/nara003.html

Cobb, Nathan. 2000.
Gentle messenger to the end, 'Peanuts' cartoonist Schulz dies at 77.
Boston Globe Staff (February 14)

Cohn, Lowell. 2000.
The day Sparky interviewed the columnist [Charles Schulz].
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 24)

Collins, Terry. 1999.
Twin Citians speak fondly of native son Charles Schulz.
Minneapolis Star Tribune (December 15)

Cologne, Pat. 2000.
Life Without 'Peanuts' [letter on Schulz retirement].
New York Times (January 5)

Coursey, Chris. 1999.
The comics will never be the same [on Schulz retirement].
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (December 15)

Cox News Service. 2000.
Highlights in 'Peanuts' history [Schulz retirement].
Nashville Tennessean (February 13): 2A

Cox, Stephen. 1995.
After 30 years, Charlie Brown cartoon is classic.
Albany Times Union (Dec 5):C1.

Crane, Roy, Gordon Campbell and Jim Ivey. 1974.
Roy Crane's Wash Tubbs: The First Adventure Comic Strip [introduction by Charles Schulz].
Luna Press

Cullen, Dave. 2000.
Forget Charlie Brown: Turns out, Charles Schulz was the real clown.
Salon (January 13): http://www.salon.com/ent/log/2000/01/13/peanuts/index.html

Curiel, Jonathan and Pamela J. Podger. 2000.
Farewell to Schulz, Peanuts; As comic strip ends, fans mourn its creator.
Houston Chronicle (February 14)

Davenport, John C. 1999.
For Charlie Brown, all bad things come to an end [Schulz retirement].
> Dallas Morning News (December 17)

Davenport, John C. 1999.
You're a good man, Charles Schulz; The creator of Peanuts talks about his strip's enduring popularity.
Dallas Morning News (November 11)

Davenport, John C. 2000.
Colleagues mourn cartoonist's death; Schulz, 'Peanuts' characters left indelible mark.
Dallas Morning News (February 14)

Destiny. 1999.
Psychiatric Help, 5 Cents [on Schulz retirement].
Suck (November 30): http://www.suck.com/daily/99/11/30/

Dobnik, Verena. 1997.
Snoopy's Carnegie Hall debut a highbrow hit [E. T. Zwilich's composition based on Peanuts].
Albany Times Union (Mar 25).

Donovan, Amy. 2000.
Spotlight on... Charlie Brown ['Peanuts' in children's magazine].
National Geographic World (September): 27

Eco, Umberto and Max Looser. 1984.
Die Welt von Charlie Brown [comics and society; in German].
Neue Rundschau 95(4):5-14.

Economou, Stefan. 2000.
Forgetting Peanuts [on Schulz death].
PopMatters (February 16): http://www.popmatters.com/comics/forgetting-peanuts.html

Edwards, Bob. 1995.
[Charles Schulz interview about the Charlie Brown Christmas animated tv show].
National Public Radio's Morning Edition (December 6)

Epstein, Edward. 2000.
Supervisors Sketch Out Plans To Memorialize Charles Schulz.
San Francisco Chronicle (February 15)

Farmanfarmaian, Roxane. 1996.
A few words with Charles Schulz.
Publishers Weekly 243(Nov 4):21.

Frank, Phil. 1999.
The Peanuts Gallery Is Closed; A colleague expresses his feelings as Charles Schulz hangs up his brush.
San Francisco Chronicle (December 15)

Garfield, Bob. 2000.
The funny thing is... it hasn't always been [on Schulz retirement from "Peanuts"].
Washington Post (February 13): B1-2

Gifford, Denis. 2000.
Charles Schulz: Cartoonist whose comic strip Peanuts, featuring good ol' Charlie Brown and Snoopy, brought pleasure to 90 million readers worldwide [obituary].
The Guardian (February 14)

Gross, Terry. 1990.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [interview on animated Christmas show].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December18)

Gross, Terry. 1996.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 6)

Gross, Terry. 1998.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview on animated Christmas show].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (December 4)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
"Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz [rebroadcast of 1990 interview].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (January 7)

Gross, Terry. 2000.
[Charles Schulz, the creator of the cartoon strip "Peanuts" died Saturday night. 1990 interview rebroadcast].
National Public Radio's Fresh Air (February 14)

Groth, Gary. 1997.
Schulz at 3 O'clock in the Morning.
The Comics Journal (200; December): 1-48

Gumbel, Andrew. 1999.
Good grief, the ball game's over [Schulz retirement].
Independent (December 19)

Hambridge, Joan. 1991.
Charlie Brown postmodernisties benader [Peanuts and postmodernism; in Afrikaans].
Tydskrif vir Letterkunde 29(3; Aug):37-42.

Haspiel, Dean. 2000.
"Peanuts" [cartoon on Schulz retirement].
Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Heintjes, Tom. 1995.
Q&A: Who was your first favorite cartoonist? [Kirkman, Schulz, Evans, Grace, Lasswelll, Duffy, Scancarelli].
Hogan's Alley 1 (2; Summer): 114-115

Heller, Karen. 2000.
You were a good man, Charles Schulz: 'Peanuts' creator dies with his strip.
Bergen Record (February 14): A1, A8

Hubbell, Hal. 1999.
If Charlie Brown's life looked like the '90s [Schulz retirement letter].
Nashville Tennessean (December 23): 8A

Hughs, Ina. 2000.
Snoopy opens door to tutorial on ... er, um, athletic gear [Schulz anecdote].
Knoxville News-Sentinel (January 19)

Ingold, John. 2000.
Denver-area artists, fans mourn Schulz.
Denver Post (February 14)

Johnson, Melanie. 2000.
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown: Charles M. Schulz Retires.
Sequential Tart 3 (2; February): http://www.sequentialtart.com/

Johnson, Reta Grimsley. 1990.
Charles Schulz's day job.
Albany Times Union (Oct 1):C1.

Johnston, Katie. 2000.
Couple finds Peanuts gang left behind but never forgotten [Schulz paintin g on wall of house].
Colorado Springs Gazette (January 2)

Johnston, Katie. 2000.
Number of Schulz fans signing his card anything but peanuts.
Colorado Springs Gazette (January 16)

Johnston, Katie. 2000.
You're a good man, Charles Schulz.
Colorado Springs Gazette (January 2)

Jordan, Melissa. 2000.
Schulz Says Farewell to 'Peanuts'.
Associated Press (January 2)

Kahn, Joseph P. 1999.
Schulz drawing 'Peanuts' to a close.
Boston Globe (December 15)

Kahn, Michael. 2000.
Fellow cartoonists hail "Peanuts'' creator Schulz.
Reuters (February 13 )

Kahn, Michael. 2000.
'Peanuts' Cartoonist Schulz Dies of Heart Attack.
Reuters (February 13 )

Karlson, Karl j. 2000.
A `Peanuts' Inspiration: St. Paul's public tribute to Charles Schulz is an intensely personal experience for one mother, who credits the cartoonist's work with helping her son fight cancer.
St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer Press (May 23)

Karlson, Karl J. 2000.
Tribute to Schulz coming to life; Kids touched by cancer decorate its first statue.
St. Paul Pioneer Press (June 9)

Karlson, Karl J. 2000.
Snoopy variations to honor Schulz.
Hartford Courant (May 7): B5

Karlson, Karl J. 2000.
'SnoopyCam' brings celebration to world; Internet site to feature statue in Rice Park live [Charles Schulz memorial].
St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer Press (July 19)

Kindred, Dave. 1999.
You're a good sport, Charlie Brown [on Schulz retirement].
The Sporting News (December 22)

Kindred, Dave. 2000.
A dark and stormy day. . . [Schulz retirement].
The Sporting News (January 3)

Kleinberg, Jody. 1999.
Emergency surgery for Charles Schulz.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 17)

Kurson, Rebecca. 2000.
You're a Good Man, Sparky [Schulz obituary].
Greenmagazine.com (February 23): http://www.greenmagazine.com/2000/02/000223b.asp

Lang, John. 2000.
So long, Chuck ol' pal: Illustrator's final strip runs today [Schulz retirement].
Nashville Tennessean (February 13): 8D

Lauer, George. 1999.
Outpouring of concern for Schulz.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 22)

Lauer, George. 2000.
Farewell to Peanuts: Schulz draws his last daily comic strip.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (January 3)

LeBaron, Gaye. 1999. Relax, nobody's leaving town [on Schulz retirement].
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (December 15)

Leiby, Richard and Sharon Waxman. 1999.
Good Grief! 'Peanuts' Ends: Cartoon's Ailing Creator to Devote Energies to Recovery.
Washington Post (December 15): A1

Lickteig, Mary Ann / Associated Press. 1999.
Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz has colon cancer.
Independent (November 22)

Lickteig, Mary Ann. 1999.
Schulz Plans To Give Fans Farewell.
Associated Press (December 15)

Lickteig, Mary Ann. 1999.
Schulz To Retire 'Peanuts' Comic.
Associated Press (December 14)

Lickteig, Mary Ann. 1999.
Schulz Plans To Give Fans Farewell.
Associated Press (December 16)

Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000.
Hometown Mourns Schulz' Death.
Associated Press (February 13)

Lickteig, Mary Ann. 2000.
'Peanuts' Creator Schulz Dies at 77.
Associated Press (February 13)

Lindenberger, Jan and Cher Porges. 1997
More Snoopy Collectibles: An Unauthorized Guide
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd

Lindenberger, Jan and Cher Porges. 1997.
More Snoopy Collectibles: An Unauthorized Guide.
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
Lindenberger, Jan and Cher Porges. 1998.
Peanuts Gang Collectibles: An Unauthorized Handbook and Price Guide.
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd

Lindenberger, Jan. 1998
The Unauthorized Guide to Snoopy Collectibles, revised edition
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd

Lindenberger, Jan. 1998.
The Unauthorized Guide to Snoopy Collectibles, revised edition.
Schiffer Publishing, Ltd

Lorberer, Eric. 1999.
Peanuts: A Golden Celebration by Charles M. Schulz [review].
Rain Taxi Review of Books (Winter): 28

Lyman, Rick. 1999.
Charles Schulz, Creator of `Peanuts' Retires.
New York Times (December 15)

Lyman, Rick. 1999.
It's Charlie Brown's Last Christmas [Schulz retirement].
New York Times (December 15)

MacDonald, Heidi. 1994.
Good grief, it's Charles Schulz [interview].
Disney Adventures 5(1 [#50]; November): 24

Maeder, Jay. 1997.
Old soldiers [Charles Schulz].
New York Daily News (Nov 12).

Margolin, Freddi and Sandra Cramer. 1997
The Ultimate Peanuts Price Guide [foreword by Charles M. Schulz]
Landmark Specialty Publications

Margolin, Freddi and Sandra Cramer. 1997.
The Ultimate Peanuts Price Guide [foreword by Charles M. Schulz].
Landmark Specialty Publications

Marschall, Rick & Gary Groth. 1992. Charles Schulz Interview.
Nemo (31, January): 5-24

Marschall, Rick & Gary Groth. 1992.
Charles Schulz Interview.
Nemo (31, January): 5-24

Marshall, Thom. 2000.
No retirement for Snoopy at NASA [Peanuts].
Houston Chronicle (January 7)

McConahey, Meg. 1999.
Cancer fight forces abrupt end to 50-year-old strip; SR cartoonist [Charles Schulz] says, "I have no choice'.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (December 15)

McConahey, Meg. 1999.
Charlie Brown shared pain of being a kid.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (December 15)

Meier, Peg and Curt Brown. 1999.
Cartoonist Schulz to retire next month.
Minneapolis Star Tribune (December 15)

Miller, Martin. 1999.
Good Grief! Charles Schulz Calls It Quits. 'Peanuts': Ailing cartoonist to retire after 50 years of drawing Charlie Brown, icon of the little guy.
Los Angeles Times (December 15)

Miner, M. E. 1969.
Charlie Brown goes to school.
English Journal 59(8):1183-1185.

Minton, Torri and Phil Frank. 1999.
Good Grief! "Peanuts" to End; After half-century, Schultz will publish final strip in February.
San Francisco Chronicle (December 15)

Morales, Pedro. 2000.
New Comic Strip Character a Latino Charlie Brown [Baldo, created by Hector r Cantu and Carlos Castellanos].
Latino.com (June 27)

Norberg, Bob. 1999.
Schulz to leave hospital this week.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 29)

Pinsker, Sanford. 1999.
Good grief! [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Washington Times (December 17)

Plante. 1999.
It was a sad, sad day... [editorial cartoon on Schulz retirement].
Cookeville [TN] Herald Citizen (December 17)

Pluto, Terry. 1997.
Playing golf is no joke to cartoonist [Charles Schulz]. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Sep 28).

Quinn, Andrew. 2000.
Aaaaaaaaaaargghh! 'Peanuts' Comes to An End [Schulz retirement].
Reuters / Variety (January 2)

Quinn, Andrew. 2000.
Game's Over, Charlie Brown: Today, the Farewell [Schulz retirement].
Washington Post (January 3): C2

Quinn, Andrew. 2000.
''Peanuts'' bows out as Schulz lays down his pen Reuters / Variety (January 3)

Richburg, Keith B. 1998.
Snoopy fad takes Hong Kong by storm: Thousands line up outside McDonald's [for Peanut's toys].
Washington Post (October 11): A36

Riedel, Michael. 1999.
'Charlie Brown' & the Great Nonwhite Way ["Peanuts" play casting].
New York Post (February 4)

Rossmann, Randi. 2000.
Friends and fans remember Schulz's greatness.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 14)

Roundy, Bill. 2000.
Working for Peanuts: Lesbian cartoonist [Paige Braddock] helped Charles Schulz.
Washington Blade (February 18): 35-36

Russell, Brady, Kelly S. Bishop and Jeff Morin. 2000.
Goodbye, Charlie Brown [letters to editor on Schulz' death].
Washington Post (February 17): A30

Schulz, Charles M. 1977.
Watch out, Charlie Brown: selected cartoons from 'You're out of sight, Charlie Brown'. Vol. 2.
London: Coronet

Schulz, Charles M. 1978.
That's life Snoopy: selected cartoons from 'Thompson is in trouble, Charlie Brown'.
London : Coronet

Schulz, Charles M. 1999.
Peanuts: A Golden Celebration.
New York: HarperCollins

Schulz, Charles M. 1992. (reprint of 1973 edition)
It's hard work being bitter
New York: Henry Holt

Schulz, Charles M. and David Larkin (ed.). 1999.
Peanuts : A Golden Celebration.
New York: Harper Resource

Schulz, Charles. 1964.
What Was Bugging Ol' Pharaoh? [teenager gag panel reprints].
New York: Warner Press

Schulz, Charles. 1991.
Welcome to your national parks [brochure and poster].
National Park Foundation

Schulz, Charles. 1999.
Open retirement letter by Charles Schulz.
Associated Press (December 15)

Schulz, Charles. 2000.
Charlie Brown, Peanuts & me [excerpt from book].
Reader's Digest (June): 96-100

Schwarz, Alan. 1999.
Peanuts and Crackerjack; A 50-Year Streak in a Game of Failure [Schulz retirement].
New York Times (December 19)

Seyfer, Jessie. 2000.
Cartoonists Mourn Schulz's Passing.
Associated Press (February 13)

Shepard, Richard F. 1985.
TV Reviews: Charlie Brown Celebrates 20th Anniversary on the Air [Peanuts].
New York Times (May 14)

Siegel, Robert. 1993.
[Charles Schulz interview].
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (March 30)

Siegel, Robert. 1994.
Charles Schulz [interview transcript].
in The NPR Interviews (Robert Siegel, ed.)
New York: Houghton Mifflin

Sischy, Ingrid. 2000.
View: Letter from the editor [Schulz death].
Interview (April): 98

Smith, Chris. 1999.
A big gap to fill rinkside: Show goes on without Schulz.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 24)

Smith, Chris. 1999.
Schulz faces battle with colon cancer.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 21)

Smith, Chris. 1999.
SR's Schulz recovering from surgery.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 18)

Smith, Chris. 2000.
Fellow cartoonist [Greg Evans] who worshipped Schulz.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 14)

Smith, Chris. 2000.
Fellow cartoonists had surprise planned for Sparky; Award now will be giv en posthumously [Charles Schulz].
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 22)

Smith, Chris. 2000.
World mourns Charles Schulz; SR cartoonist died in his sleep at home.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 14)

Soriano, Cesar G. 2000.
How can we ever forget them? Charles Schulz dies on eve of 'Peanuts' finale.
USA Today (February 14): 1D

Spiegelman, Art. 2000.
Abstract Thought is a Warm Puppy [comic strip journalism on Schulz retirement].
New Yorker (February 14): 61-63

Steinberg, Steve. 2000.
So long, Charlie Brown: 'Peanuts' fans mourn the comic strip's passing an d shower its creator with praise.
Dallas Morning News (January 3)

Tawa, Renee. 2000.
Beloved 'Peanuts' Creator Is Mourned Worldwide. Obituary: Influential cartoonist Charles M. Schulz dies at home the night before farewell strip appears.
Los Angeles Times (February 14)

Transki, Jill. 2000.
Life with father: Everybody loved Peanuts. Schulz's kids just loved Dad [by his daughter].
People (February 28): 58

Trudeau, Garry. 1999.
'I Hate Charlie Brown': An Appreciation [on Schulz retirement].
Washington Post (December 16): A38

Unknown. 1999.
Schulz To Retire 'Peanuts' .
The Associated Press ( December 14)

Unknown. 1999.
A great era in American history is about to end [on Schulz retirement].
Marion (Ohio) Star (December 16)

Unknown. 1999.
Cartoonist Turns Down White House ["Peanuts'' cartoonist Charles M. Schulz].
Associated Press (December 28)

Unknown. 1999.
Charles Schulz hospitalized with colon cancer.
Comics Journal (218; December): 22

Unknown. 1999.
Get Well, Charlie Brown [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Chicago Tribune Internet Edition (December 18)

Unknown. 1999.
Good Grief: We're going to miss the Peanuts gang. [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Dallas Morning News, 12/16/99

Unknown. 1999.
Minn. Seeks Way To Honor Schulz.
Associated Press (December 18)

Unknown. 1999.
Schulz To Get Congressional Medal.
Associated Press (December 24)

Unknown. 1999.
The Funnies Without Snoopy? [editorial on Schulz retirement].
Christian Science Monitor (December 16)

Unknown. 1999.
Cartoonists honor Schulz in strips.
Washington Post (December 30): C3

Unknown. 1999.
Charles Schulz out of intensive care unit.
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (November 20)

Unknown. 1999.
Good Grief! "Peanuts" museum gets go-ahead.
Reuters (October 27)

Unknown. 1999.
''Peanuts'' creator Charles Schulz undergoes surgery.
Reuters (November 17)

Unknown. 1999.
''Peanuts'' creator Schulz has colon cancer.
Reuters (November 21)

Unknown. 1999.
'Peanuts' should end when Schulz lays down his pen [editorial].
South Bend Tribune (December 19)

Unknown. 1999.
Schulz sends his regrets.
Washington Post (December 29): C3

Unknown. 2000.
Airport To Be Named For Schulz.
Associated Press (March 22)

Unknown. 2000.
Clinton Honors Charles Schulz.
Associated Press (June 21)

Unknown. 2000.
Event to feature Charles Schulz's widow.
Washington Post (March 20): B3

Unknown. 2000.
Moment of Silence [on Schulz' death].
Santa Rosa Press Democrat (February 13)

Unknown. 2000.
Cancer. Good grief! [cartoon on Schulz retirement].
The Onion (January 12): http://www.theonion.com/onion3547/infograph_3547.html

Unknown. 2000.
Cartoonists Pay Tribute to Schulz [Schulz retirement].
Associated Press (January 3)

Unknown. 2000.
Charles Schulz; At the strip's end, he's gone to meet the Great Pumpkin [editorial obituary].
Dallas Morning News (February 15)

Unknown. 2000.
Clinton Says Schulz, Peanuts Will Not Be Forgotten.
Reuters (February 13)

Unknown. 2000.
Farewell to 'Peanuts' [Schulz retirement].
New York Times (January 4)

Unknown. 2000.
He was a good man, Charles Schulz [Editorial].
South Bend Tribune (February 19)

Unknown. 2000.
In Final Strip, Schulz Bids Farewell to 'Peanuts' Fans.
Reuters (January 1)

Unknown. 2000.
It's no joke when cartoonists imitate Sparky [Schulz tribute].
Hartford Courant (May 31): D2

Unknown. 2000.
Schulz Says He Will Miss 'Peanuts'.
Associated Press (January 3)

Unknown. 2000.
Senate Honors 'Peanuts' Creator [Charles Schulz].
Associated Press (May 2)

Unknown. 2000.
St. Paul To Display Snoopy Statues [Schulz tribute].
Associated Press (April 30)

Unknown. 2000.
St. Paul To Honor Charles Schulz.
Associated Press (April 25)

Unknown. 2000.
Tributes Planned for 'Peanuts' Creator Schulz.
Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 2000.
Tributes Planned for 'Peanuts' Creator Schulz.
Reuters (February 14)

Unknown. 1993.
Schulz sixth on list [of Forbes richest entertainers].
Editor and Publisher (September 25): 34

Unknown. 1994.
Apollo and Snoopy [Peanuts].
Editor and Publisher (July 23): 32

Unknown. 1994.
Countdown comics [Schulz's annual 'Peanuts Christmas Countdown' ads].
Editor and Publisher (November 19): 42

Unknown. 1994.
Schulz travels back home to Minnesota.
Editor and Publisher (October 1): 35

Unknown. 1994.
Schulz will speak at California gathering.
Editor and Publisher (February 26): 42

Unknown. 1995.
Schulz ranks 23rd on new Forbes list.
Editor and Publisher (September 16): 41

Unknown. 1996.
Aided an Emmy [Caroline in the City tv show; Bonnie Timmons, Schulz, Walker, Batiuk, Smythe, and Browne].
Editor & Publisher (December 7): 32

Unknown. 1996.
Schulz gets star on Walk of Fame.
Editor & Publisher (July 27): 34

Unknown. 1996.
Schulz is witness.
Editor & Publisher (May 25): 36

Vince, Joe and Julie York. 1999.
Aargh! We're losing our daily dose of comfort: You're retiring, Charlie Brown [Charles Schulz].
South Bend Tribune (December 15)

Voger, Mark. 2000.
Now it can be told! Charles Schulz on the book versions of his comics.
Asbury Park Press and the Home News Tribune (February ?): Page X.
online at http://www.injersey.com/pagex/story/0,2506,250248,00.html

Wasserman, Dan. 2000.
Charles Schulz, 1922-2000 [editorial obituary].
Boston Globe (February 15): A10

Waxman, Sharon. 1996.
Charlie Blue: The Fragile Child Lurking Inside the Cartoonist [Charles Schulz].
Washington Post (22 Oct).

Weaver, Robyn M. 2000.
Cartoonists [children's book profiles Mort Walker, Chuck Jones, Charles Schulz, Garry Trudeau, Cathy Guisewite, Matt Groening, and Scott Adams].
Lucent Books

Wertheimer, Linda. 1999.
Charles Schulz Retires.
National Public Radio's All Things Considered (December 14)

Wilonsky, Robert. 1998.
Snoopy dogged: A Charlie Brown Christmas doesn't come without its (good) grief [Peanuts music].
Dallas Observer (December 17).
online at http://www.dallasobserver.com/issues/1998-12-17/music2.html

Woolfolk, John and Lori Aratani. 2000.
'Peanuts' echoed in other strips; Mourning begins over Schulz's passing.
San Jose Mercury News (February 14)

Young, Tobias. 2000.
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