S2E10: Kevin Hunsanger
Film photography by Michelle Kilfeather
Green Apple Books is a San Francisco institution. Richard Savoy opened the store on Clement Street in 1967. In the early 1990s, Kevin Hunsanger moved to The City and got a job selling rare books there. A few years later, he found himself part of the shop's ownership group, a gig that would last more than 20 years.
In Part 1, Kevin talks about his move to San Francisco and his history of working at and owning Green Apple Books.
Kevin was part-owner of Green Apple Books for more than 20 years. This January, he stepped away to pursue his latest dream—opening a San Francisco cultural history museum.
In Part 2, Kevin shares his inspiration for starting a museum from the ground-up. He speaks to what it is about San Francisco he wants museum visitors to experience—namely education, nostalgia, and a sense of community. Visit the museum's website to learn more and to make a donation.
We recorded this podcast at the San Francisco Elk's Lodge in January 2019.
2/12/2019 10:13:24 am
Thank you for this. I ADORE Green Apple, Kevin and the legacy he continues to build. Thank you for profiling such a great supporter of artists in San Francisco, when such supporters are becoming fewer and farther between. Cheers!
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