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Black and white dogs figured prominently in Charles Schulz’s childhood.
When Charles Schulz was a small boy, the family got a little Boston Bull Terrier named Snooky, but it was the memory of their next dog, Spike, that would spur the antics of Snoopy for years to come.
The United States had entered the war on December 7, 1941, following the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
The Schulz family returned to the house at 473 Macalester Street in St.Paul, the same home where they had lived before moving briefly to California in 1929.Charles Schulz also entered high school this year, attending Central High School in St. The distance between home and school would be the farthest he had to travel to date, but The Family Barbershop was located in the middle of the route so that he probably didn’t feel too far removed from the neighborhood that he knew best.When the Great Depression hit the country in the last months of 1929, it brought extreme poverty and difficulties for many families.To a young Charles Schulz though, life seemed to go on without any disruption to normal family activities.