Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Berford and Co.’s Express, Burdin’s Express, Geo. Cooper’s Port Discovery Stage and Express, Beekman’s Express, Smalley’s Heyward and S.F. Express, and Pacific Express Company.
Sent by express
No. 620 Sent to J. S. Houston in San Jose. Taken by Berford and Co’s. Express, and noted as received November 1, 1851.
No. 620a Unused cover with a frank for Berford and Co.’s Express.
No. 621 Sent to John F. Tukey in Port Discovery. Taken by Burdin’s Express which operated in Washington State between Port Discovery and Port Townsend.
No. 622 Sent to J. F. Tukey in Washington Territory. Taken by Geo. Cooper’s Port Discovery Stage and Express, which operated after 1873.
No. 623 Unused cover with a frank for Beekman’s Express, Jacksonville, Oregon.
No. 624 Sent to Adolph Hromada at the Steam Candy Factory in San Francisco, California. Taken by Smalley’s Heyward and San Francisco Express.
No. 625 Sent to Joseph Pratt Thompson in San Francisco, California. Taken by Pacific Express Company from Los Angeles.
Photograph of the Wells Fargo office in Volcano, California, 1930s.
Photograph of the Wells Fargo office in Forbestown, California, 1930s.