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Sent by express

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

No. 306 Sent to C. E. Wood in Massachusetts. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co. from Plumas County, California to Strawberry Valley, and forwarded on by U.S. mail. Possibly sent in 1858.

No. 307 Sent to Daniel Herr in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co. from Plumas County, California, to Strawberry Valley, and forwarded on by U.S. mail. Possibly sent in 1859.

No. 308 Sent to Joseph J. Gray at 88 Battery Street in San Francisco, California. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co.’s Express from Plumas County to Marysville where it was forwarded by Wells Fargo. Dated March 9, 1860.

No. 309 Sent to Andy Black in Mobile, Alabama. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co. Express from Plumas County to La Porte, where the letter was forwarded. Dated March 16, 1860.

No. 310 Sent to Kleckner and Brothers in Port Wine, California. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co.’s Express. Possibly sent in 1860.

No. 311 Sent to Arkansas from Downieville, California. Dated January 28, 1862. Taken in part by Everts, Wilson and Co.’s Express.

No. 312 Sent to P. O. Hundley in Quincy, California. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co.’s Express. Possibly sent in 1862. Contains a mark for “W. Hawley & Co., Importers & Provisions, Liquors, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hardware, &c Commercial Block Marysville.”

No. 313 Sent to William Trimble in Healdsburg, California from Plumas County. Taken by Everts, Wilson and Co.’s Express in 1862, shortly after the express company was bought by Holland, Morley and Co.