Webb City Historical Society

To collect, preserve and share the history of the Webb City, MO area.

                 History of The Clubhouse 

     The Clubhouse at 115 N. Madison was constructed in 1910 as the clubhouse for the employees of the Southwest Missouri Railroad Company.  Employees took breaks, naps, read, played cards and pool during breaks in their long shifts on the streetcars.


     After the demise of the streetcar system, the building was given to the county for use as a health department. Many Webb Citians remember getting their vaccinations and flu shots there. 

     In 1997, the health department moved to Carthage and the building reverted to the heirs of Harry and Geneva Easley who made the original gift. The heirs, H. Michael Easley, Ginger Eckerman and Sara McKibben, in turn, gave the building to the Historical Society.

     Structurally sound, but in need of a new roof and many cosmetic changes, the building breathed life into the Society which had been dormant for many years. Dedicated volunteers repaired and re-painted, funds were raised for a new roof and other major renovations.

     The building, which is available for rent, hosts over 100 family and community events each year while displaying Webb City history.

                    The Clubhouse- Present Day

                         Interested in renting the Clubhouse?

The Clubhouse was originally the social hub for employees of the streetcar system. In keeping with this heritage, the Webb City Historical Society makes the Clubhouse available for a variety of events such as baby and wedding showers, birthday parties, receptions, reunions, family celebrations and business meetings and shows.

                                  Clubhouse rental rates:


West room - $40 for 4 hours. 

Each additional hour is $10 up to a max of $80 for the day.


East & West rooms - $70 for 4 hours. 

Each additional hour is $10 up to a max of $120 for the day.


Both floors - $150 for the day (9 am to 11 pm)



 A $25.00 Cleaning Deposit is required for all rentals.


Renters must handle all set up and take down and leave the premises in good condition as found.

On Sundays events should not begin until after 11:00am. This is because we share parking spaces with Frisco Church who has priority on parking on Sunday mornings.

Because of some unfortunate experiences in the past, the Clubhouse is not available for rummage sales, teen parties, or events serving alcohol.

Members of the Historical Society

receive a $5.00 per room discount

(up to $10.00 per rental)

 To arrange rental of The Clubhouse call



Clubhouse Facilities




Certified Commercial Kitchen






                                                                          West Room



                                               Second Floor Ballroom

The Clubhouse has 6 foot rectangular tables,

card tables, folding chairs and

kitchen-ware available on site.

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