Shown making a stop at the Mid-America Trucking Show is what Wells Fargo regards as its “living logo.”  Icons of the Wild West, the company’s Concord stagecoaches, built by the Abbot-Downing Co. of Concord, NH, speedily hauled passengers and mail over a vast territory in the 19th century. From 1866-69, Wells Fargo operated the major overland stagecoach routes west of the Missouri River, covering 2,500 mi. running from Nebraska to California and Idaho to ...

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