Category Archives: Latin American history

American Red Cross and Wells Fargo

When disasters such as the earthquake in Napa Valley suddenly strike our communities, Wells Fargo supports the efforts of such long-established organizations as the American Red Cross to provide national and international disaster relief.  For over 125 years, the Red … Continue reading

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Wells Fargo ExpressSend® service

The Wells Fargo ExpressSend® service is a trusted and affordable way to send money to family and friends in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Philippines, India, Vietnam, or China.  Convenient and reliable, ExpressSend® … Continue reading

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Covering early California

Envelopes sent by early California express companies contained communication and often commerce. The combination of origin and addressee implies to researchers the type of information contained—after all these years, contents are seldom still contained in the envelope,(or “cover”. I recently… Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo en San Diego

The highlight in Old Town San Diego every year, at least in terms of visitors and stagecoach rides, is the yearly Cinco de Mayo celebration. Over the years — and this year marked the 19th year I have participated in… Continue reading

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A busy May

May is a busy month. You got: Asian Pacific Heritage Month Cinco de Mayo Jewish-American Heritage Month National Older Americans Month Women’s Health Month And Memorial Day at the end of the month, celebrating our Veterans. This is a month… Continue reading

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