Cox Black and White Lab, Inc. was founded in 1990 by Jeff Cox and Katherine Weedman-Cox of Kansas City, Missouri. In Kansas City, Jeff worked for a large photo lab and was known as one of the best printers in town. Katherine was a corporate and fine art photographer. Jeff used to print Katherine’s large photo murals for exhibition. This is how they met and developed their business relationship. The couple ventured west in 1989 to create a custom black and white photo lab in Sacramento, California.
Their first large job was duplicating 5, 211 glass plate negatives for the California State Library. The project was the gateway for Cox B&W Lab to work with thousands of California historical images. Since that glass negative project, Cox B&W Lab has become Northern California’s custom lab for fine art printing and film developing. They specialize in printing archival photos from wallets to murals, duplicating glass and nitrate negatives, copying and restoring old photos, developing traditional black and white film and printing color digital images. (See special offer below)
Cox B&W Lab is the weekly vendor for the California State Library, California State Railroad Museum, Center for Sacramento History, California State Archives, Caltrans and Sacramento Public Library - Sacramento Room. Their customers are also throughout the United States, calling for fine art printing and historical reproductions.
Jeff and Katherine never tire of listening to family history stories and looking at family pictures. They stress the importance of copying old photographs and keeping a written history.
COX BLACK AND WHITE LAB, INC.
(Cox B&W Lab)
2933 Gold Pan Ct. Suite C
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670