Monthly Archives: December 2010

Seize the (New Year’s) day!

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Be good, for goodness sake!

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Drop us a (chorus) line

Once upon a time, a workplace wasn’t just a place to earn a paycheck, it was a place to make friends, build community, and have fun. We’re not just talking about the employee softball team here, but all kinds of… Continue reading

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As I recollect…

Last week, I wrote that we need your content. That is, we will open our tenth museum next fall in Charlotte. We are committed to honoring the long heritage Wachovia Bank has in the region, as well as presenting the… Continue reading

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Christmas Clubs

Over the years in the Archives, I have come across numerous photos and advertisements from banks for their Christmas Club programs. These clubs allowed customers to save throughout the year for the holiday season. One could not withdraw funds, without… Continue reading

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Russian language option at ATMs

Wells Fargo serves a large community and we are cognizant of our responsibility to offer convenient service to our diverse group of customers. Last month, ATMs began to offer a French language option. Well, we have also been studying Russian,… Continue reading

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Dave Brubeck’s birthday

Dave Brubeck celebrates his 90th birthday today. He still gigs. Best known for his jazz standards, “In Your Own Sweet Way” and “The Duke,” Brubeck is a flat-out legend for “Take Five,” the 1959 album and tune everyone knows. But… Continue reading

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Our Audrey

This week, Wells Fargo History Museums celebrate a milestone of, well, historic proportions: Our Museum staffer in San Francisco, Audrey Strand, marks 60 years with Wells Fargo. Let me say that again — SIXTY years. What’s even better is that… Continue reading

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