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On an almost daily basis, the Corporate Archives receives new material from around the Company. Our archival collection documents the origins, development, operations and impact of Wells Fargo and all its subsidiaries, affiliates and merger partners.

Here are some items that are new to us, representing the Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Loan and Trust Company, both Norwest predecessors. We like sharing them with you—hope you enjoy them!

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  1. Combined statement of condition, Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Loan and Trust Co., 1923.
  2. Combined statement of condition, Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Loan and Trust Co., 1924.
  3. Minnesota Loan and Trust Co. Office Associates Club program, 1930.
  4. The Big Drum, employee newsletter, 1920.

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