SIDE STREETS: Good grief! Museum links Snoopy, NASA and Springs bedroom

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Polly Travnicek stood next to a photo of the mural she uncovered in the bedroom of her Bonnyville home in 1979. It was painted in 1951 by a then-struggling artist, Charles M. Schulz. It features two of his iconic characters, Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Photo by The Gazette file
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