The Doodlebugger

Many organizations have long sought ways to commemorate their pasts while emphasizing to new generations the importance of work still to come. Symbols are needed to mark important events. That's why there are statues in parks of generals on horseback waving flags or swords. Click here to enlarge imageAn industry too needs these symbols to mark its past and point to its future.The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) has found such an icon in "The Doodlebugger." The Doodlebugger is a statue created by sculptor Jay O'Melia, and it resides now in the atrium of SEG's headquarters in Tulsa. The statue, unveiled in a ceremony May 2, stands nearly 10 ft high (including the ba...

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