Sent by express
Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Davis Express, Devils Gate Express, Dietz and Nelsons, Chester P. Fox, Earley, and Green’s Copper City Express.
No. 285 Sent by Davis Express and forwarded by Wells Fargo from Oroville to J. P. Davis and Co. in San Francisco, California. Possibly sent in the 1850s.
No. 286 Sent from Devil’s Gate District near what is now Silver City, Nevada, to Virginia City, Nevada, and on to William S. Chapman in San Francisco, California.
No. 286a Sent from Devil’s Gate District near what is now Silver City, Nevada, to William S. Chapman at 76 Montgomery Block in San Francisco, California.
No. 287 Sent by Dietz and Nelson’s British Columbia & Victoria Express and the Victoria Post Office to H. P. J. Grevse in New Westminster.
No. 288 Sent to J. W. Sach in San Francisco by Earley’s San Francisco Letter Express. With offices at 630 Montgomery Street, Earley’s Express promised delivery to all parts of the city.
No. 1302 Sent to David M. Cu at Davis Street in San Francisco, California, by Chester P. Fox’s Half Moon Bay and San Francisco Express. This letter was possibly sent in 1862, when the express company operated.
No. 1303 Sent by Green’s Copper City Express to R. E. Warren in Red Bluff, California. This letter was possibly sent in 1865, when the express company operated.