In 1967, LIFE magazine ran an article that included many photos of Charles M. Schulz and his family at home in California. Schulz created the infamous Peanuts comic strip that debuted on October 2, 1950. The photo above and below were not part of the photos included in the issue but shows Schulz working on a Peanuts strip.
Charles Schulz Drawing Peanuts, 1967
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