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Living Our Values

Our History

 A black and white illustration shows a man on a horse. Overlapping that image is a red and white image showing a stamp that says: Pony Express, Dollar, Wells Fargo & Co.

Diversity & Inclusion

Story Type Indicator - video. Jacklyn Garote, a scholarship recipient, stands in front of a wall and smiles. The painted wall has pink flowers at the top right, a wave right below it, a fish head on the left, and many colors, including green, gray, orange, and yellow.

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Our History

 A black and white image of a parked stagecoach with Wells Fargo & Co. written on the front. Two horses are at the front, three men stand beside it, three people are sitting at the front, and one man is standing on the back of the coach.

Our People

Story Type Indicator - video. Mary Mack, head of Community Banking and Consumer Lending, dressed in blue business attire, smiles pleasantly at the camera.

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Inside the Stagecoach

 Graphic showing the silhouette of the Wells Fargo stagecoach and horses

Inside the Stagecoach

Story Type Indicator - video. Jesse Swanagan smiles and carries his son, Jesse III, on his back in front of City Garden Montesorri School in St. Louis.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Story Type Indicator - video. Michael Wakefield and Bill Trento standing in a pasture with two horses.

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Our History

 An photo from 1959 shows the words Motor Bank above an overhang where three cars are parked and one car is driving toward the building. There are four sections under the overhang where a box with a window, the drive-thru lanes, stand.

Inside the Stagecoach

Story Type Indicator - video. Wells Fargo’s new mural, at the Haight Street branch in San Francisco, displays scenes from the 1960s, including a man wearing a peace-sign jacket, a crowd gathered at a movie theater, and cars from the era.

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