Autobiography of Joseph Holbrook (typed). The autobiography is of interest to Latter-day Saints because it describes the religious and social climate that surrounded the events of the Restoration, Joseph Holbrook's conversion to the gospel and a first hand account of events of the Church in Ohio and Illinois. Joseph Holbrook lives in Albany, New York, for a time, and discusses his introduction to religion. It contains genealogical information of the Holbrook family, the Lampson family and the Flint family. It contains brief biographies of 21 high priest quorum members in 1844: Johnathan H. Hale, Benjamin Aber, Anthony Blackburn, John E. Royu, Gidson Allen, Henry W. Wilson, Samuel Heath, Martin H. Peck, Joseph L. Robinson, John Stiles, John Colomere, Geruge W. Pitkin, Gardner Clark, William Milam, Simeon Thayer, Thomas Grover, John Rempton, Thomas Cornice, Archibald Batten, Jeremiah Hatch and Joseph Holbrook.