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This Day in Wells Fargo HistoryFebruary 29, 1916

An editorial in the Chicago Herald praised Wells Fargo wagon driver Robert J. Maass. Young Maass had witnessed the robbery of a cigar store, and without hesitation, pursued the armed robber and helped local police capture him.
A young man in hat, jacket and tie, looking slightly left. A badge above his hat brim reads Wells Fargo & Co Express 3876.

A partnership born to solve challenges

Throughout their lives, Henry Wells and William G. Fargo, the founders of Wells, Fargo & Co., were known for their innovation and dedication to customers.

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