The fourth and final part of The Haymarket Project covers the Fall season with stories from the diverse vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This episode includes interviews with:

  • Roy Fournier, Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts
  • Alyssa “Sina” Chhim
  • Jonathan Chhim
  • Scott Lampert

The year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market taking viewers on a unique tour of this centuries-old market. The Haymarket Project is produced in partnership with the Haymarket Pushcart Association as part of Historic New England’s Everyone’s History initiative.

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Audio and video editing and original still photographs produced by Justin H. Goodstein-Aue.

See all the videos at HistoricNewEngland.org.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Matt, thank you for carrying the outstanding four part series The Haymarket Project by Historic New England. As one of the vendors noted, Haymarket is a continuing celebration of the most valuable, living, and still ongoing market which contributes so positively to life in greater Boston. Haymarket has been and remains a successful bridge merging the ever changing old and new Bostons. We can well use its past to help guide our future.

  2. Thank you very much for this series. As a native Bostonian who has lived in Cambridge for the past 31 years, I am a huge fan of the Haymarket vendors. I go there every week I’m in town, usually on Saturdays. The perform a wonderful service for the city, and I am very glad you covered their work.

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