Monthly Archives: May 2013

Summer freedom

Memorial Day is the start, for many people, of the summer season. Schools let out soon, we gear up for the summer, and start making plans for summer travel.  One of the rituals I remember, when preparing for a trip as a … Continue reading

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My father’s story

Guided by History is happy to welcome Immanuel Masinsin, the Lord of all tech for Social Media at Wells Fargo. (There’s no GBH without him.) Immanuel shares his heritage story for Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a story with double importance as … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo cakes

My sister-in-law owns a small bakery and occasionally sends pictures of fun cakes she created at a customer’s request. Festivities in banking, as in any other work environment, often feature decorated cakes. The Wells Fargo Corporate Archives documents many things, … Continue reading

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For Japan with love

Supporting communities, and the spirit of volunteerism, are a big part of Wells Fargo’s Vision and Values.  Giving back to others takes many forms…since there are countless ways to make a difference in the world.  News of calamities and disasters … Continue reading

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Conversations, and great things

When people talk, great things happen. In 1911, the Wright Brothers went between Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and Dayton, Ohio. In Kitty Hawk, Orville was continuing their work in aviation; Wilbur stayed in Dayton to manage the business. While it’s … Continue reading

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Historical conversations

When people talk, great things happen. Wells Fargo Bank superintendent James K. Latham helped small business owners get started. He co-signed, as Trustee, incorporation papers for the Women’s Co-operative Printing Union, formed in 1869 to employ female typesetters. The Union … Continue reading

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