1955 —Schulz won his first Reuben Award from the National Cartoonists Society.
1958 — Yale University named Schulz "Cartoonist of the Year." 1962 — Happiness is a Warm Puppy reaching No. 2. Peanuts was named "Best Humor Strip of the Year" by the National Cartoonists Society.
1964 — Schulz became the first cartoonist to be awarded two Reubens by the National Cartoonists Society.
December 9, 1965 — The first animated special, A Charlie Brown Christmas, debuted on television and later won a Peabody Award and an Emmy for Outstanding Children's Programming.
March 7, 1967 — The stage musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, won two Tony awards.
1973 — Schulz received an Emmy Award for writing his 10th television special, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.
1975 — Peanuts celebrated its 25th anniversary. The 14th television special, You’re a Good Sport, Charlie Brown, aired in October and later won an Emmy for Outstanding Children's Special.
1978 — The International Pavilion of Humor in Montreal named Schulz "Cartoonist of the Year.
1980— Schulz got the Society's Elzie Segar Award.
May 30, 1983 — The 26th animated television special, What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?, debuted on television. It later received a Peabody Award for excellence in television programming.
1984 — Peanuts qualified for a place in the Guinness Book of World Records after being sold to the 2,000th newspaper.
February 7, 2000 — California lawmakers declared Sunday, February 13th, as "Charles M. Schulz Day" to coincide with the final Peanuts Sunday strip.
May 2000 — The National Cartoonists Society posthumously awarded the Milton Caniff Lifetime Achievement Award to Schulz.
Charles.M.schulz and his work won the praise of many critics and were loved all over the world.