U.S. Government Peanuts services

Have you been saying to yourself “I’d sure like to have access to some Peanuts-related lyrics and MIDI tunes, but only if they’re provided to me by an agency of the United States government?” If so, then here you go!

(And yes, I’ve already dropped them a note letting them know that they’ve confused two different Royal Guardsmen songs.)

Added later: with my prodding, they have now fixed this confusion, creating a separate page for Snoopy Versus the Red Baron

Schulz/Peanuts news
Christo R.I.P.

The artist Christo, famed for humongous fabric installations that permeated the landscape or wrapped around large items, has passed away¬†from natural causes at 84. His relevance for Peanuts is that he was not only mentioned in the strip, but he interacted with its world, as he wrapped Snoopy’s doghouse in …

Schulz/Peanuts news
More on Harriet Glickman

Jean Schulz and Schulz Museum director Karen Johnson have posted their memories of Harriet Glickman, the woman who suggested to Schulz that he add an African American to the cast. And here you’ll find the interview I did with her for the podcast, recorded in the same home where she’d …

Harriet Glickman, 1926-2020

Harriet Glickman, the woman who had suggested to Charles Schulz that he add an African-American character to the strip and thus inspired the creation of Franklin, passed away this morning. Her death was peaceful, in her sleep, and she had been well prepared for this. I got to know Harriet …