Cox Black and White Lab, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Jeff Cox and Katherine Weedman-Cox. They specialize in reproducing and preserving photographic history. Their clients include The California State Library, The California State Railroad Museum, The Center for Sacramento History, The State Archives, The Sacramento Library, Caltrans and various other agencies.
|Katherine Weedman-Cox at Family History Day 2012|
The Lab is currently scanning the Jack London nitrate negatives from the California State Parks Collection in Sonoma in an effort to help preserve his images. Cox Black and White Lab, Inc. also reproduces and restores precious family photos that customers have been bringing them for 23 years. They love to hear family stories! Be sure to take this opportunity to talk to Katherine at the Spring Seminar - bring your questions or better yet, your old, faded or damaged family photo to learn how digital photographic retouching may be able to transform your family photo to near original quality.
Cox Black and White Lab can be reached at 916-631-7275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Spring Seminar
Register now for the Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society Spring Seminar on March 16, 2013 featuring technology and social media expert Thomas MacEntee.
Half the seats are already reserved! Pre-registration only. No tickets sold at the door.
Read more about Thomas here and here. Read about his topics and print the registration form here. Hope to see you there!
Written in part by Katherine Weedman-Cox
Posted by Denise H. Richmond