An interview with Lisa Monhoff, archivist at the Charles M. Schulz museum

After interviewing Jeannie Schulz, I sat down with Lisa Monhoff, archivist at the Charles M. Schulz museum archivist. We talked mostly about the museum’s archives and how they’re treated. There were also a couple of interesting tangents that I’ve posted below as separate clips.

The archives are really quite neat, and I’m hoping that this interview will prove interesting for Peanuts fans or anybody out there who’s interested in archives and library science.

Peanuts military patches

These are the military patches in the museum archives that Lisa showed me during the interview.

Charlie Brown "men's room" sign

This sign on the men’s room door is quite obviously inspired by the comic strip.

A little postscript here: If anyone’s interested, I dug up some more info on the braille “Twin Vision” version of Happiness is a Warm Puppy — scroll down to the “Happiness is Twin Vision” article on the page linked above.

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