Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Nichols and Co.’s Express, Northern Pacific Express Co., and Oroville and Quincy Express Co.
Sent by express
No. 470 Sent to D. S. Cook in San Mateo, California, by Nichols and Co.’s Express. It operated from San Francisco to San Mateo in 1858, and used Alta Express’ stationary by applying a sticker over their name. Inside is a letter dated December 10, 1857 from J. C. Weston.
No. 471 Sent by Northern Pacific Express Co. to A. L. Bancroft and Co. in San Francisco, California.
No. 472 Unused cover with a frank for Northern Pacific Express Co.
No. 473 Unused cover with a frank for Northern Pacific Express Co.
No. 474 Sent to the National German American Bank in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Sent by Northern Pacific Express Co. in April 1890.
No. 475 Sent to Hunter’s Hoplings in San Francisco, California, by Oroville and Quincy Express Co, which operated from Oroville to Quincy and other points in Plumas County including Greenville in 1877. Forwarded from Oroville by Wells Fargo.