(2002 St. Paul, Minnesota) Lucy’s dress is full of images from the Mall of America's Camp Snoopy. From rides such as the Ripsaw Roller Coaster and Paul Bunyan’s Log Chute to entertainment locations like Snoopy’s Gift Shop and The Wilderness Theater, just about every aspect of Camp Snoopy is represented.
In January of 2006, the theme park dropped the name Camp Snoopy and its association with Peanuts. -
The statues from Peanuts on Parade was just the foundation of tons of history and trivia about the United States, specifically St. Paul, Minnesota & Santa Rosa/Sonoma County, California. With 800 statues, there's much to be learned from this artwork. I've taken photos of every statue (only person to do so - a few have never been on public display) and assembled that with 500+ interviews with the artists, sponsors, owners, members of the Schulz family, people behind the scenes that made this project happen, & local and national celebrities. One of two copies of the original collection can be found in the archives of the Charles Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa. Photo copies were created and spent about 5 years on public display there. My posts on Instagram are just a glimpse into my collection of photos and information. I hope you enjoy what you read. And for more information on Peanuts on Parade, check out my website: www.peanutsonparadebook.com
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