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Sent by express

Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Freeman and Co.’s, Gillpatrick and Co.’s, Gray’s Express, and Gilbert and Hedges Express.

No. 336 Sent to James F. Reed in Santa Cruz, California. Taken by Wells Fargo which purchased Freeman and Co.’s Express in 1859.

No. 337 Sent from storekeeper Louis Trabuco in Bear Valley, California to Scalmanini and Frapolli in San Francisco. Delivered by Freeman and Co.’s Express.

No. 338 Sent from New York to Thomas N. Robinson at the telegraph office in St. John, New Brunswick. Taken in part by Freeman and Co.’s Express.

No. 339 Unused cover with frank for Gilpatrick and Co.’s Express, located at 422 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. Possibly made in 1874.

No. 340 Sent to Mrs. Lucy Goldman in San Francisco, California. Sent care of David Dwyer from the mountains by Gray’s Express to Placerville, and forwarded to San Francisco by Wells Fargo.

No. 341 Sent to Mrs. Lucy Goldman in San Francisco, California. Sent care of David Dwyer from the mountains by Gray’s Express to Virginia City, Nevada, and forwarded to San Francisco by Wells Fargo.

No. 342 Sent to the U.S. District Attorney in Los Angeles, California. Taken by Gilbert and Hedges Express from San Francisco to Los Angeles.