Get Ready for Halloween!

Team members of Wells Fargo and our predecessor institutions have loved to participate in Halloween events at the office. Check out these images of bank-related costumes. Perhaps it will inspire your next get-up!

Express Stop (ATM), circa 1982

Express Stop (ATM), ca. 1982 (Wells Fargo Corporate Archives)

Stagecoach costume, circa 1996.

Stagecoach costume, circa 1996. (Wells Fargo Corporate Archives)

man in five dollar bill costume

Legal tender costume. (Wells Fargo Corporate Archives)

Tillie the Teller costume, cica 1990

Tillie the Teller costume, cica 1990. (Wells Fargo Corporate Archives)

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2 Responses to Get Ready for Halloween!

  1. Natalia Visante says:

    Christy,

    It is a joy to see the creative costumes over the years. It inspires me to be more creative next year with my outfit! The Sacramento location participates in passing out candy to the kids, along with other local merchants.

    I will have to put my thinking cap to work for next year.
    Thanks for providing this fun post!

    Natalia Visante
    Museum Assistant – Sacramento

  2. Natalia Visante says:

    Christy,

    It is a joy to see such creative costumes from years past! The Sacramento Museum participates in a trick or treat day along with other local merchants. I will have to put my thinking cap to work for next year.

    Thanks for providing such a fun post!

    Natalia Visante
    Museum Assistant – Sacramento

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