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Our History
 Eight members of the Nakano family pose together for a black and white picture inside their nursery in 1939.

Volunteering & Giving
 Lily Sooklal is in a lab and wearing a lab coat and blue gloves. She holds a grey folder and is looking down at it and smiling.

Our History
 An illustration with red, white, and tan colors shows a pig in the middle with Chinese characters underneath and around it. To the right, people sit around a table with food on it.

Business to Business
Story Type Indicator - video. Josie Natori stands alongside recent clothing designs from her fashion company.
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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
 Chy Lung & Co.’s wholesale tea store in San Francisco was listed in Wells Fargo’s directory of Chinese businesses.

Our History
 Perched atop a Wells Fargo treasure box, Jack reminded people of Wells Fargo’s vigilance in attending to customer security.

Economic Opportunity
Story Type Indicator - video. Mee Hang in her flower field at HAFA farm outside St. Paul, Minnesota.
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Our History
 Wells Fargo Bank Manager Lyman Jang stands with the Chinese characters he chose to represent the bank in 1971.

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