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Our History

 An image of a faded sheet of paper shows Wells Fargo & Co Express's intended sailings with lists of different countries. To the right is a black and white image of four men standing beside two horses at the front of a stagecoach.

Our History

Story Type Indicator - video. A television with knobs on the right side shows a bride and groom on the screen. There is a blue background behind the television.

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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.

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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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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Our History

 An aged photo of James B. Hume, Wells Fargo's first Chief Special Agent, and a copy of his signature.

Our History

 Services like banking by mail, seen in this 1958 ad, were introduced to save time for busy mothers.

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