In May 2002, Oil & Gas Journal will observe its first century.To help the industry make sense of swirling events and conflicting reports, Holland S. Reavis began in 1902 a tradition of serving readers honestly. His Oil Investors' Journal, first published on May 24, 1902, became Oil & Gas Journal in 1910.That inaugural Journal professes a mission for coverage that has never wavered: to adhere to "a strict policy of honesty and accuracy in its news reports. . . ." Such a mission established a special relationship between Reavis and his readers. Evidence of this has recently arrived from dedicated OGJ subscriber A. Neale Gordon of Baton Rouge.Gordon's father and Reavis contemporary, ...

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