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Living Our Values

Our Point of View
 El Director Ejecutivo, Tim Sloan, lleva puestos un traje negro y una corbata roja.

Our History
 An image of a white paper bank note reads: Promise to pay to or bearer on demand, Twenty Dollars, Philadelphia, the day of 179_. For the President, Director, and Company of the Bank of North America.

Our People
Story Type Indicator - video. Aerial photograph of San Francisco. A plane is seen flying above the buildings.

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Our Point of View
Story Type Indicator - También en español. CEO Tim Sloan wears a black suit with a red tie.

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Our History
 An aged, yellowed image shows a paper that says: Agents or Messengers please fill up this Label as Indicated. Wells Fargo & Co. Express Delivery Receipt Book from August 17, 1901 to Oct. 31, 1902, delivered by Julia L. Jones Agent.

Inside the Stagecoach
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Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - video. An “I Was Here” Ancestor Spirit Portrait is paired with a historical marker that says: Slavery in Fayette Co. On the N.E. corner of the Fayette County Courthouse lawn stood the whipping post established in 1847 to punish slaves for such offenses as being on the streets after 7 p.m. Fayette Co. was one of the largest slaveholding counties in Kentucky. By 1860, one in four residents of the city of Lexington were slaves.

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Our History
 Nine stuffed animals, including a pony, bear, and dogs, are propped up in front of a light brown background. Behind them are yellow papers, one that doesn't show much, and one that says: Have we got a bag for you.

Our People
Story Type Indicator - video. Victor Perez stands next to a wall as he looks off to the left side and smiles. Beams of sunlight are on his face. Behind him is an open area with desks and chairs and a doorway.

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