The fine horses that pulled our stagecoaches across the country, the express wagons in towns, and carried our Pony Express riders were an important part of Wells Fargo's history of coming through for customers.
Hunter was one of the biggest and strongest horses at the Wells Fargo stable. When the 1906 earthquake hit San Francisco, Hunter used his strength to help evacuate a nearby hospital, pulling patients in his wagon to safety. Over the following weeks, Hunter and Wells Fargo helped San Franciscans recover. Today, we are still helping in the home towns we share.
- He measures 18" long
A new look on a classic fave. Our exclusive red bandana proudly displays our stagecoach in a graphic repeat pattern. It's a festive accent for you, or your pet, and a must for events and giveaways. Each is wrapped with a belly band that illustrates creative styling suggestions.
- Made of polyester
- Exclusive pattern made for Wells Fargo
- Wrapped in belly band
- Imprinted Wells Fargo stagecoach logo
Carry on with a pivotal piece of history. Transport all of your essentials to and from the office in our anniversary tote, constructed of durable, off-white canvas. Featured front and center is a replica of our archival wagon banner, “Across the continent, the Fargo way.” As the iron horse gradually replaced the stagecoach in the early 1900s, transcontinental shipping dropped to a record-breaking four days. Individually polybagged.
Measures 14" x 15" x 6-1/4"