The Webb City Historical Society currently
maintains several exhibits on display at The
Display cases include historic items
from Webb City's rich
zinc and lead mining
history, popular local
landmarks, many now
gone, the Southwest
Company whose electric
rail cars provided a
vital link to surrounding
communities in the early 20th
Century, and from the early
Webb City Sentinel newspaper
that continues to keep the
community informed weekly.
Several walls of the Clubhouse rooms hold
displays of cartoon works by the late Nic Frising,
that were a favorite feature in the Webb City
Sentinel, providing commentary on local events.
hold displays of
work of Bob
Foos, Webb City Sentinel owner, and recent inductee to the Missouri Photo-Journalism Hall of Fame.
The Historical Society also maintains an
archive of donated historical items that are
displayed as space becomes available.
Outside the building once held the
Wm. H. and Marion E.
Perry Memorial Garden
that commemorated their
many contributions to the
Webb City Area.