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Stories about: Iowa

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.

Our History

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

Volunteering & Giving

Story Type Indicator - video. Wells Fargo team members Brian Eikenberry, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Jeff Chavannes, a U.S. Army veteran pose with the Spirit of Iowa Tribute Bell they helped create to honor Iowa's veterans.

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Volunteering & Giving

 Kay Negley saluda a la compradora de la despensa de comida Seeds of Hope, Amy Millar, quien se abastece para los días festivos.

Volunteering & Giving

Story Type Indicator - También en español. Kay Negley greets Seeds of Hope food pantry shopper Amy Millar as she stocks up for the holidays.

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Volunteering & Giving

 The homeless shelter wasn’t David Williams’ rock bottom; it was his springboard to a better life. Today, he’s a Wells Fargo home loan servicer who says a Wells Fargo volunteer helped him turn his life around.

Our People

 Wells Fargo team member cancer survivor Christina Radke and Above + Beyond Cancer Founder Dr. Richard Deming.

Our History

 A Wells Fargo wagon and driver Ellsworth Dayhoff in Pasadena, California, circa 1903.

Volunteering & Giving

Story Type Indicator - video. Elise Kooistra-Sullivan and Arleen Sheppard of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.

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