Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Wells Fargo & Company Express Shipper's Forwarding Receipt Book

David Thompson sent scans of a 1900 Wells Fargo shipper's receipt book.  Six years ago a page from a similar receipt book was posted on this site.  But in this example, David sent scans of a complete book that he has in his possession.  Of greatest interest is the instruction page, which include guidance on where to place the revenue stamps.

R163s are found in the book in addition to a few 1cent postage stamps, presumably used when the IR stamps were unavailable. 


















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  2. Is there any value to that? I have one from 1896 to 1898 all filled out lot a couple of famous people in the book as well Nevada history

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    You probably know how you utilize only 10% of your brain.

    That's really because the majority of your brainpower is UNCONSCIOUS.

    Perhaps that expression has even taken place INSIDE OF YOUR own brain... as it did in my good friend Wesley Virgin's brain about seven years ago, while riding an unlicensed, trash bucket of a car with a suspended driver's license and in his bank account.

    "I'm absolutely fed up with going through life paycheck to paycheck! When will I finally make it?"

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