Monthly Archives: September 2013

How I spent my summer vacation

This past July, my husband and I traveled northward from Charlotte, North Carolina to visit New England. While vacationing in Cape Cod, we learned about a historical restaurant called the Old Yarmouth Inn, which had once been a stagecoach stop … Continue reading

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DC Rocks!

There isn’t much that’s more exciting than being able to share history and read stories to hundreds of smiling children. That’s exactly what a group of Wells Fargo historians got to do this past weekend at the 13th annual National Book … Continue reading

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Apache beads

The White Mountain Apache of Arizona express their cultural identity by passing down traditional skills to those willing to learn. As a tribal member and growing up on the Fort Apache reservation, I have been fortunate to acquire many of those … Continue reading

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Chicago, Wells Fargo Hub

This afternoon, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf joins Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel to announce the opening of the Wells Fargo regional headquarters at the Chicago Mercantile Center. More than 40 Wells Fargo business units and 800 team members have consolidated … Continue reading

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National Book Festival ’13

Next weekend (September 21 and 22) is the 13th annual National Book Festival, organized and sponsored by the Library of Congress. The Festival will be held on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. , is free of charge and open … Continue reading

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Frontline Staff

Recently our museum in San Francisco temporarily closed in order to conduct a remodel of the facility. As this has not ever been done, it’s a good thing. The museum is attached to Wells Fargo’s headquarters building and has a … Continue reading

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