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Sent by express

Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Truman and Co.’s Express, Truman and Chapman’s Express, and Thompson and Co.’s Express.

No. 582 Sent to Lemoine Gambert in San Jose, California. Taken by Truman and Co.’s Express, which ran from San Francisco to San Jose in 1856-1867.

No. 583 Sent from San Francisco to Lemoine Gambert and Co. in San Jose, California. Taken by Truman and Co.’s Express.

No. 584 Sent from San Francisco to Lemoine Gambert and Co. in San Jose, California. Taken by Truman and Co.’s Express.

No. 585 Sent from San Francisco to Leoine Gambert and Co. in San Jose, California. Taken by Truman and Co.’s Express.

No. 586 Sent from San Francisco to Lemoine Gambert and Co. in San Jose, California. Taken by Truman and Co.’s Express.

No. 1308 Sent from Redwood City to Samuel Hill in San Francisco, California. Possibly taken by Truman and Chapman’s Express, which ran from San Jose to San Francisco.

No. 1309 Sent to David McKay in San Francisco, California. Taken by Thompson and Co.’s Express, which ran between Petaluma and Santa Rosa in 1857, connected with Wells Fargo.

Photograph of Coloma, California, 1930s.