In honor of the 2018 Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dog, meet some of the dogs that served as devoted companions and protectors of Wells Fargo team members.
James McKaye, an original board member for Wells Fargo, was an abolitionist whose work led to the creation of the Freedmen’s Bureau in 1864 to protect the rights of African Americans.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Duke, who is making history as the first woman to serve as board chair at one of the largest banks in the U.S., is following in the footsteps of female leaders at Wells Fargo.
Northwestern National Bank installed a 157-foot-tall Weatherball atop its building in downtown Minneapolis in 1949, making it the largest bank sign between Chicago and the West Coast.
Find out the history of Wells Fargo’s participation in the annual New Year’s Day Rose Parade and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the work involved in preparing the company’s stagecoaches and floats.
Find out how a Wells Fargo agent in 1864 stopped at nothing to deliver mail, money, and newspapers to customers — and how he became the company’s president.
Wells Fargo’s horses have always been well-fed, well-cared for, and well-loved.
Un historiador de Wells Fargo cuenta por qué un empresario y agente de Wells Fargo Express de Arizona abandonó su compañía de carga por lealtad a los EE. UU.
A Wells Fargo historian explains how the company helped with financial and transportation needs during World War I.
Learn how a Wells Fargo plush pony helped one woman battle cancer — and how to order this year’s ponies.
A Wells Fargo historian shares how the exchange of money has evolved from papers with handwritten instructions and signatures to digital payments.
A Wells Fargo historian shares why an Arizona businessman and Wells Fargo express agent abandoned his freight company out of loyalty to the U.S.