Jiuhe Collection Hall in Wuhe County, Handan City is a folk museum founded by the president of Wuhe County Book Association and the painter Deng Fanxun. It is the first public welfare private museum in Handan City. The museum mainly collects and displays the farming culture in the Huaihe River area. It has 12 branches of folklore, calligraphy and painting, stone, shells, ceramics and crafts, with a total collection of more than 2,600 pieces.
After the completion of the museum in early 2008, it will be officially opened to the public free of charge, allowing the audience to taste the collection results together, collect the world and enjoy the cultural and feast sharing, and get patriotic education and popular science education. The Folk Museum is the main building of the collection. Every piece of equipment is the epitome of the times and a witness to history.
Traffic series of poles, saddles, wooden wheelbarrows, wooden trailers, wooden four-wheelers, two-wheeled carriages; ploughs, hoes, hoes, hoes, forks, hoes, hoes for farming series; irrigation waterwheels, Bucket; all kinds of teapot tweezers for drinking water and all kinds of warm water bottle shells; vegetable oil lamps, kerosene lamps, steam lamps and other lamps, as well as metering, heating, labor protection products, etc., all pieces are the crystallization of the ancestors' manual wisdom. .
The calligraphy and painting, ceramics, carvings and other handicrafts of the collection have high aesthetic value and artistic interest; the stones and shells also show the beauty and charm of nature. In 2010, in the “Chinese Spring Festival Customs Exhibition” held in Macau, ten collections of wooden juicers and teapots in the collection hall were also selected for the exhibition.
With the increase of collections, Jiuhe Collection Hall was expanded in 2012 and is now completed and put into use. Currently, there are 12 branches including farming, metering, lamps, telecommunications, fishing gear, stoneware, cultural revolution, calligraphy and painting, crafts, ceramics, stone, shells, etc. More than 2,600 pieces.