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Sources: Fate of the S.S. Monte Carlo Gambling Ship

Coronado Journal (Calif.), “Shipwreck Attracts Throngs of Sightseers,” Jan. 7, 1937.

Coronado Journal (Calif.), “Police Criticised [sic] For Shipwreck Activity,” Jan. 7, 1937.

Coronado Journal (Calif.), “U.S. Refuses Aid to Move Monte Carlo,” Feb. 4, 1937.

Coronado Journal (Calif.), “Picks Rough Water for Saturday Night Bath,” Jan. 13, 1938.

Coronado Journal (Calif.), “Swimmer Rescued From Monte Carlo After Hard Struggle,” Feb. 29, 1940., “What To Know About The Mysterious Coronado Shipwreck,” Katie Dillon, Jan. 31, 2021.

Noir Afloat: Tony Cornero and the Notorious Gambling Ships of Southern California, Ernest Marquez, Angel City Press: California, 2011., “Coronado’s Shipwreck Exposed: New History Also Revealed,” Joe Ditler, March 10, 2014.

San Bernardino Daily Sun (Calif.), untitled, April 12, 1937, p. 5.

The Compass (Calif.), “Gambling Ship ‘Monte Carlo’ Washed Ashore Here in 1937 Storm,” May 22, 1947.