Correspondence, 1958-1974; movie scripts; newspaper clippings, 1948-1976; magazine articles about Mae West, 1969-1970; photographs;
and press releases.
Stanley Musgrove was an old friend of Mae West. He was quick to say he was not her agent, but he was, or became, her publicist.
He often "ran interference" for the star, screening her visitors, as well as admirers after her picture and autograph. He
signed some of her correspondence and was privy to what her thoughts were on everything from her attendance at functions to
what was appropriate regarding fees she received for appearances, interviews, and the like. He came to know many Hollywood
personalities, from actors to directors. In 1982 he collaborated with George Eells on a biography of Mae West.
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