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Wells, Fargo and Co Express

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of 29, Cannon Street, London, E.C., and 16, Brunswick Street, Liverpool.

Parcel and Freight Forwarders

Established in 1852 by Henry Wells and W. G. Fargo.

Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1866.

1914 B. D. Caldwell, President. Branches: Over 7000. Business: General Parcel Forwarders; Contractors for about 89,703 miles of American Railways, and maintain Offices all over the States. Have also facilities in the Republic of Mexico on practically all the Railroads. Through Express Line from ocean to ocean. Collect Bills, Drafts, Notes, Dividends, &c. London Agent: H. W. Weston, 29, Cannon Street, London, E.C.

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