Wells Fargo Bank (formerly A.G. Edwards, Inc. and Wachovia Securities, LLC)

Financial subjects and St. Louis city history with its role in westward expansion and the Civil War are depicted in the pictorial collections and in early A.G. Edwards' records. ---- MAJOR COLLECTIONS: Engravings, lithographs, and photographs: ca. 600 images of St. Louis city events, including architectural renderings, (1850-l983); ca. 100 images of Civil War in Missouri (1861-1865); ca. 150 of Westward Expansion, 1845-1900), ca. 200 of steamboats and life on the Mississippi, (1845-1900); and ca. 20 of Wall Street and New York Stock Exchange, (1850-1900). Maps, ca. 150, (1720-1900), including a Matthew Seutter map of Louisiana Purchase territory and maps of Missouri and St. Louis. Posters, ca. 500 of World War I Liberty Bonds and vintage European and American, (1895-1980). Political cartoons, ca. 30, (1872-1886). A.G. Edwards documents'. ca. 100 entries of correspondence and agreements, a very incomplete set, (1887-1933).

1 N. Jeffrson Ave.
St. Louis MO 63103

Phone: (314) 955-6312

Fax: (314) 955-5850

Email: shelley.hagen@agedwards.com

Contact Name: Shelley Hagen, Curator

Website: https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/corporate/agedwards

Categories: Art, Business, Financial