Contents of the Little Brown Jug History Archive:

Little Brown Jug - LBJOH Archive

The Little Brown Jug History Archive seeks to compile the collective memory of the many people who have been involved with the Little Brown Jug Horse Race. It seeks to include the breath of people; the owners, and riders, organizers, stable workers, as well as fans, and others who have memories of the Little Brown Jug.

The Content of the Archive contains Video Interviews, Audio-only Interviews, Short-clip Videos of racing activity, Short-clip Audio recordings of racing activity, and digital Photographs. The archive also include transcripts of the interviews.

The contents of the Archive is continuously growing because the LBJOH Project has no expiration date. We continue to interview individuals and accept media that they and others supply.

Index to The Archive

The Index to the Archive is an online table by Interviewee, a finding aid that describes and locates the audio, video, transcript, and photographic items.

Celebrating Black History Month with The Delaware County Historical Society!The History of the first Black-Owned farm in Delaware County and part of the Underground Railroad – Lucy Depp Settlement.

On 2/18 at 7:30, readers from Lucy Depp with tell about Delaware County's first African-American Settlement, in this amazing online program!