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Wells Fargo First of Exchanges (2) (67030)

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Wells Fargo First of Exchanges (2)    (67030)
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Rare! Both are printed Salt Lake City datelines. Issued in 1868 for $100 in currency and 1869 for $70. The 1869 piece's ink has largely faded. Both signed by Theo. F. Tracy as agent. Both have 2 cent adhesive revenue stamps with Wells Fargo Salt Lake City cancels. Folds, some soiling/toning. 4.5 x 8.75" Theodore F. Tracy took over Wells Fargo's staging operations in Salt Lake City in 1868. The 1869 Salt Lake City directory has the following listing for him: resident agent Wells Fargo & Co res Townsend House. The office was at East Temple Street, according to an ad in that directory that also mentions the stage service to and from the terminus of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads. Stages leave on alternate days for Virginia City & Helena, Montana, and other points in that Territory.

Date: 1868, 1869
State/Country: Utah
City/County: Salt Lake City