Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Langton’s Express and Langton’s Pioneer Express.
Sent by express
No. 436 Sent by Langton’s Express from Downieville, California, to Marysville, where Adams and Co. forwarded it on to Winslow S. Pierce, Comptroller of State, in Benicia, California.
No. 437 Sent from Smith’s Flat, California by Langton’s Express to the County Clerk in Downieville. Contained a transcript for a trial.
No. 438 Sent by Everts and Co. from Gibsonville, California, to Marysville where Langton Express took it to J. Webb Nicholson in Downieville in 1855. Contained depositions for a court case.
No. 439 Sent from Eureka City, California to J. Webb Nicholson, county clerk, in Downieville in 1855. Contained depositions for a court case.
Two photographs of Downieville, California, 1930s.
Receipt dated March 30, 1858. $920 was sent on behalf of Eastman and Co. by Langton’s Pioneer Express from Orville, California, to Wells Fargo in Marysville.