In both the 1900 and 1910 census, Cora was still in Nemaha County, Nebraska, living with her mother and working as a telephone operator and a telephone company manager, respectively. In 1916 and 1919, she was living in Sheridan, Wyoming. From 1920 through 1922, she was in Spokane, Washington, where she had family. She was listed on the 1920 census as a widowed aunt with no occupation. By 1923, she had moved to back to Sheridan and lived for a time with her sister, Ida Lee Chester. She stayed in Sheridan until at least 1931, but by 1935 she had moved to Seattle, where she stayed for the remainder of her life.
Cora Elizabeth Lee Juel died in Seattle, Washington, on April 24, 1943. She was in her early 80s and nearly 60 years had passed since the Graham murder made national headlines.
 Nebraska Marriage Collection, 1855-1908. Database. Ancestry.com
 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Church Records, 1781-1969. Database. Ancestry.com