After many adventures, Tom Blagden Jr. is back home

Tom Blagden will share images from his new photography book, “Grand Canyon: Unseen Beauty,” at The White Hart inn on Thursday, Sept. 12. Photo by Tom Blagden

SALISBURY — After 42 years of living primarily in Charleston, S.C., photographer and Lakeville native Tom Blagden Jr. has moved back to the small town he grew up in — and it’s quite the homecoming. 

The entrance of The Hotchkiss School, which Blagden attended in the 1960s and where his father, Tom Blagden, taught art, now features mural-sized prints of his photographs of the campus. They will remain on display for the next two years. 

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