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Sent by express

Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Cherokee Express, Cram Rogers and Co.’s, Colby’s Nevada and Dutch Flat Express, and Crawford’s Middle Fork Express.

No. 277 Sent by Cherokee Express and forwarded by Wells Fargo to Wall Street, New York.

No. 278 Sent by Cherokee Express to M. H. Darrache in Oroville, California. Cherokee express ran from Cherokee, California, 12 miles to Oroville.

No. 279 Sent by Cherokee Express to Captain M. H. Darrache in Oroville, California. Cherokee Express ran from Cherokee, California, 12 miles to Oroville.

No. 280 Sent by Cherokee Express to Captain M. H. Darrache in Oroville, California. Cherokee Express ran from Cherokee, California, 12 miles to Oroville. Contains a Wells Fargo handstamp from Oroville.

No. 281 Sent by Cram Rogers and Co.’s Express from Yreka to Shasta where it was forwarded by Adams and Co. Express to J. W. Brittan at 58 and 60 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California. Letter enclosed from James Creegan is dated January 1st, 1855.

No. 282 Sent by Cram Rogers and Co.’s Express from Weaverville and forwarded by Wells Fargo to Tandler and Co., Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California.

No. 283 Unused cover containing frank for Colby’s Nevada and Dutch Flat Express.

No. 284 Sent by Crawford’s Middle Fork Express to Josiah E. Brown in Greenwood Valley, California. Sent sometime between 1855 and 1860, when Crawford’s operated.