Pictures from the archive at Kings College Cambridge of ‘The Bloomsbury Group’. Pictured is Dora Carrington naked on a statue. See MASONS story MNBLOOM; A rare archive featuring hundreds of intimate letters and revealing photographs of famous Bloomsbury Group intellectuals the opened to the public for the first time. British literary greats including Virginia Woolf, EM Forster and Lytton Strachey all formed part of the romantically-entangled and controversial intellectual circle. The unique archive comprises of thousands of pages of previously unseen correspondence between Bloomsbury luminaries and 30 albums of photographs, many of them saucy nude shots. It also offers startling insights into key events such as Virginia Woolf’s fatal disappearance in 1941 and the tragic suicide of the artist Dora Carrington.