MSS. 119. circa 1903-1904. 0.33 cubic feet. Autobiography of McGehee, who was born in 1860 in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, moved to Louisiana in 1865, was educated in Virginia, and worked with the West Feliciana Railroad and with W.L. Green Commission Company (grain dealers) in St. Louis. Among the subjects are family and friends in Mississippi and Louisiana, reconstruction, race relations, and importation of labor into the South. McGehee's family home was in Woodville, Mississippi.
Mississippi State University Libraries, "McGehee (James Stewart). Rambles in Autobiography" (2019). Special Collections Finding Aids. 156.