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  2. James M. Cox - Wikipedia

    James Middleton Cox was an American businessman and politician who served as the 46th and 48th governor of Ohio, and a two-term U.S. Representative from Ohio. As the Democratic nominee for President of the United States at the 1920 presidential election, he lost in a landslide to fellow Ohioan Warren G. Harding. His running mate was future president Franklin D. Roosevelt. He founded the chain of newspapers that continues today as Cox Enterprises, a media conglomerate. Born and raised in Ohio, Co

  3. James M. Cox | American politician and publisher | Britannica

    James M. Cox, in full James Middleton Cox, (born March 31, 1870, Jacksonburg, Ohio, U.S.—died July 15, 1957, Dayton, Ohio), American newspaper publisher and reformist governor of Ohio who ran unsuccessfully for U.S. president on the Democratic ticket in 1920. After spending his early years as a country schoolteacher, Cox worked as a reporter on The Cincinnati Enquirer.

  4. James M. Cox Foundation | Cox Enterprises

    Our founder, James M. Cox, believed strongly in giving back to the communities we serve. One way to ensure that his values remain present is through the James M. Cox Foundation. The foundation provides philanthropic support for nonprofit organizations in communities where Cox Enterprises does business. Visit our history section to learn more about Governor Cox and his legacy.

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  5. James M. Cox - Ohio History Central

    search. Portrait of Governor James M. Cox who served three, two year terms as Governor from 1913-1915 and 1917-1921. In 1920 he was the Democratic candidate for President, but lost the election to fellow Ohioan Warren G. Harding. Ohio governor James Middleton Cox was born on March 31, 1870, in Butler County, Ohio.

  6. James M. Cox Jr. - Wikipedia

    James McMahon Cox Jr. (June 27, 1903 – October 27, 1974), was an American businessman who became the chairman of Cox Enterprises and Cox Broadcasting Corporation after his father James M. Cox died in 1957.

  7. Cox History, James M. Cox | Cox Enterprises

    Born in 1870 in Jacksonburg, Ohio, our founder James Middleton Cox came of age in a time of great change — the telephone, phonograph and light bulb were invented in his first 10 years of life. From humble roots, Cox and his six older siblings worked in the fields of their family’s farm from sunrise to sunset in the summer. Throughout his life Cox loved the outdoors, saying that “life and hard work in the open had given me health, agility and endurance.”.

  8. James M. Cox - IMDb

    James M. Cox, Self: For the People. James M. Cox was born on March 31, 1870 in Jacksonburg, Ohio, USA. He was previously married to Margaretta Parker Blair and Mary Laura "Mayme" Simpson Harding. He died on July 15, 1957 in Dayton, Ohio, USA.

  9. James M Cox - Address & Phone Number | Whitepages

    We found 100+ records for James M Cox in undefined. Select the best result to find their address, phone number, relatives, and public records. Best Match. AGE. 60s. James M Cox. Leesville, SC (Lake Murray) Aliases. Jim M Cox.

  10. James M. Cox - IMDb

    2001 James Dean (TV Movie) (gaffer: 2nd unit - uncredited) 2001 Rush Hour 2 (rigging gafer - uncredited) 2001 Cowboy Up (gaffer) 2001 Legally Blonde (rigging chief lighting technician - as Jimmy Cox) 2000 Picking Up the Pieces (best boy electric - as James Cox) / (rigging grip - as James Cox)