Peanuts Stanford Class of 1966

The Stanford University Class of 1966 asked Charles Schulz to give a speech and attend their ball. However, Charles Schulz didn’t feel up to the task. Instead, he gave the Class of ’66 his blessing to use Charlie Brown as their mascot and a trio of original drawings. Fifty years later, the Stanford gang celebrated their reunion with table decorations and buttons featuring their mascot, Charlie Brown. Thanks to Bridget for share this little piece of Peanuts history with us!

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