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Forty-seventh annual Harvard Flea Market draws crowds—human and canine

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Throngs of shoppers search for one-of-a-kind finds.

Jonathan Sorgi is all but invisible in his $15 camo outfit

The cast of the Lion King Jr. advertises its upcoming performances in November. Bottom row, from left: Catalina Lora, Ewan  Ward, Jack Magan, and Cece Juliano. Back row: Robin  Calabresi, Douglas Caroom, Camilla Muller-Juez, and Mairead Daly. (Photo by Richard Jenson)

Select Board member and jack-of-all-trades, Stu Sklar, somehow wins the glamorous job of trash  pickup—keeping the flea market clean for all

A U-Haul sunk in the mud gets help from a tow truck. Spectators watch as the U-Haul is extracted with a winch. So much for the day’s initial forecast of sunshine!

Emery Chipman sells her family’s fresh baked goods, a recent flea market staple

"Take me to your leader!"

John and Susan Lee’s prize-winning bull mastiff, Steve, does some marketing for Beyond Construction Masonry. From left: John Lee, Debbie Souza, and Jim Lee. 

Patrick Connelly looks at wooden trunks with his granddaughter Sequoia Connelly. 

Who doesn’t need a $15 stuffed Mr. Peanut?

Ross, a 7-month-old bulldog. His owner said he will gain 20 more pounds before he reaches adulthood, but he will get no taller. We can relate. (Photo by Richard Jenson)

Pam Cochrane waits on customers at her booth.

Vanessa Perini shops for jewelry.

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Carolers seem to scream, “Please, buy us!”

Robert King’s TracFab all-terrain wheelchair has no problem maneuvering the muddy field.

No dogs allowed? Really? (Photo by Richard Jenson)

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