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Tulsa, Oklahoma: Newspaper Boy Statue

Bronze statue of the quintessential 20th century newspaper boy, cheerily delivering a copy of the Tulsa Daily World from his bicycle.

315 S. Boulder Ave., Tulsa, OK
Downtown. Corner of S. Boulder Ave. and E. 4th St. A few blocks east of the BOK center, in the lobby of the Tulsa Daily World building.
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Newspaper Boy Statue

The Newspaper Boy statue has been moved just inside the lobby of the Tulsa World building.

[Olin, 06/10/2018]


Newspaper Boy Statue

This statue of a newspaper boy sits out in front of the Tulsa Daily World in downtown Tulsa, OK. Very accessible and easy to get to.

[Levi Combs, 06/02/2011]

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