(1891 - 1976)
Agnes Jean Cox was active/lived in California, New York. Agnes Cox is known for interior design.
Biography Agnes Cox
According to family records, Agnes Jean Cox was born in Bakersfield, California on February 21, 1891, the daughter of Jessie Marie Helm and Cary Stitch Cox. Shortly after birth, she was diagnosed as being deaf, possibly caused by heat stroke. In 1914, she went to San Francisco where she met her grandfather, William Helm, and became aware of the cultural possibilities in that area. Shortly after that, with the intention of getting a degree in interior design, she went to New York City to a school called The Three Arts Club, located at 340 W. 8th Street.
New Year's Eve day 1917, she received a marriage proposal from Murray Campbell, a deaf man who had attended Gallaudet College, and who owned a farm named Locust Hill near M
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