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Sent by express

Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Gregory’s Express, J. Bamber and Co.’s Express, A. M. Hinckley and Co.’s Express, and Jones and Edgar’s Express.

No. 1322 Sent from San Francisco, California, to John Mace at Carmine Street, New York. Taken by Gregory’s Express.

No. 1323 Sent to Belloo Brothers and Siscan in San Francisco, California. Inside is a letter dated April 23, 1852, from Sacramento. Taken by Gregory’s Express.

No. 1324 Sent to Warren and Co. on J Street in Sacramento, California. Taken by Gregory’s Nevada City Express.

No. 1325 Sent to Ebenezer Bourne in Warehouse, Massachusetts. Inside is a letter dated May 20, 1852 from a friend in New York City, New York. Taken by Gregory’s Express.

No. 1326 Sent to Dr. W. J. Knox in Oakland, California. Inside is a letter dated June 9, 1863 from San Francisco. Taken by J. B. Bamber and Co.’s Contra Costa Express.

No. 1327 Sent to William N. Pierson in San Francisco, California. Taken by J. B. Bamber and Co.’s Contra Costa Express.

No. 1328 Sent to J. D. Vandewort in San Francisco, California. Taken by J. B. Bamber and Co.’s Contra Costa Express from their office at Bacon and Hardy in Oakland.

No. 1329 Sent to James L. Martel in San Francisco, California. Inside is a letter dated October 18, 1854, from his brother B. R. Martel in New Orleans, Louisiana. Taken by A. M. Hinkley through Panama.

No. 1330 Sent to N. J. Walker in the Dalles City, Oregon. Taken by Jones and Edgar’s Canyon City Express. Contains a note indicating that it was opened by mistake December 1864 with the name rewritten as John O. Walker.