San Diego's greatest historian and newsman is KPBS' Ken Kramer. His weekly television show, "Ken Kramer's About San Diego," captures incredible pieces of history involving the secrets and jewels of San Diego County. These two segments air back to back beginning with a story on the Ferryboat San Diego and her demise (first aired May 31, 2012), followed by a segment on the shipwreck Monte Carlo, and an interview with 92-year-old Colonel Richard Kenney (first aired May 24, 2012). Thank you to Debbie Riddle and Lee Mather Co., Realtors and the Bruce Muirhead Family for funding the expedition to San Francisco to witness the final hours of the ferryboat San Diego. Thank you too, to the Coronado Public Library, for their continued success in preserving and exhibiting Coronado history.
Credit for video and text: Joe Ditler and KPBS' Ken Kramer:
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