National Register of Historic Places in Josephine County
The William and Nannie Naucke House is a two story wood frame vernacular farmhouse.
Long the home of the prominent Naucke and related Stith families, the house is significant for its association with the early history of Josephine County and is the best and earliest identified example of its architectural type in the vicinity.
The house was converted into a museum in honor of Oregon's Centennial in 1959 and continues today as the focal point of the Kerbyville Museum complex.
Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1999.