Tulsa, Oklahoma: Statue Reading a Newspaper

Bronze statue of Tulsa businessman Hans Helmerich reading an edition of the Tulsa Daily World.
E. 21st St, Tulsa, OK
On the Northwest corner of E. 21st St and S. Utica Ave there is a little park with a fountain. The man is quitely reading his paper on a bench beside the fountain.
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A statue of a man reading a statue of a paper. If you care to sit with him you can read the paper too. I believe it's from the '30s or '40s.

[David, 06/01/2011]

It appears to be more recent -- the statue is supposed to be businessman Hans Helmerich. Also in Tulsa: a newspaper boy delivering bronze editions of the Tulsa Daily World from his bronze bike. It's at the Tulsa Daily World building.

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