1915-1921 Hood River
1914 PCD not listed
1914 PCBD Photographers “Cox, Alfred, Worcester Bldg, Main 9584”
1915 PCD pg. 345 “Cox, Alf photgr 516 Worcester bldg r Davis sw cor King”
1917 POW pg. 1534 photographers “Cox Studio, Hood River O”
1915: “Alfred Cox, who formerly had a studio in Portland, has opened a photography studio in the Heilbronner building.” The Hood River glacier, October 14, 1915, pg. 7, col. 2.
1921: “Mrs. Alfred Cox was in Portland last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harold Albers and husband.” The Hood River glacier, April 21, 1921, pg. 9, col. 1.
1957: (obituary) “Josephine Cox. Funeral will be at 2:30 p. m.
Monday in the chapel of Riverview cemetery for Josephine Brillman Cox, who died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold H. Albers, 1122 S. W. Mitchell street.
Mrs. Cox was born February 23, 1866, at Monroe, Mich. She was married to Alfred Cox, noted photographer, in Chicago in 1894 and moved with him in 1911 to Hood River, where they lived until 1925, when they moved to Portland.
Mr. Cox died in 1929 and Mrs. Cox made her home with her
daughter since that time.
Surviving are also a son, A. Kenelm Cox. Allen Park, Mich.;
five grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren.
Chapel by the Lake, Oswego,
is in charge of the service.