The US Postal Service presents new stamps to salute the centennial of cartoonist Charles M. Schulz (1922–2000) whose Peanuts characters are some of the best known and most beloved in all of American culture. For five decades, Schulz alone wrote and drew nearly 18,000 strips, the last one published the day after he died. His resonant stories found humor in life’s painful realities including rejection, insecurity and unrequited love.
In a celebratory mode, characters from Peanuts adorn 10 designs on this pane of 20 stamps and form a frame around a 1987 photograph of Schulz. The Charles M. Schulz Museum has been selected to host the First Day of Issue Stamp Dedication Ceremony on Friday, September 30, 2022, at Noon.
Enjoy free Museum admission all day, and celebrate the first-day issue of the new US postage stamps commemorating Charles M. Schulz’s centennial year. USPS Finance and Strategy Senior VP Luke Grossman will join Snoopy and special guests for the dedication and stamps reveal at Noon. A signing and photo ops will follow the ceremony. Stamps and USPS products will be available from 11:00 am–1:00 pm.