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Old 03-23-2021, 05:16 AM   #1
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Is there only a way to research by number? My great aunt and uncle were active members of the Oklahoma Green County Airstream Club and went to many rallies before they passed away. I donít know their membership number (and their rig was sold as part of the estate). I used to love visiting them and their AS when I was a kid. Now Iím all grown up and just purchased my first Airstream. I named her Bonnie after my aunt. I would love to see if their number was available and what kind of Airstream they had (other relatives were not as interested and didnít know the answer). If anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated!
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Send all the details and what you know to history@airstreamclub.net and Joe can look them up in the old membership directories. If you have any photos of their Airstream maybe you can see the numbers in those.


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Old 03-24-2021, 06:44 PM   #3
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Is there only a way to research by number? My great aunt and uncle were active members of the Oklahoma Green County Airstream Club and went to many rallies before they passed away. I donít know their membership number (and their rig was sold as part of the estate). I used to love visiting them and their AS when I was a kid. Now Iím all grown up and just purchased my first Airstream. I named her Bonnie after my aunt. I would love to see if their number was available and what kind of Airstream they had (other relatives were not as interested and didnít know the answer). If anyone can help, it would be greatly appreciated!


Thanks to all who responded. I found out that my Great Aunt and Uncle were #15127 from 1966 until my Great Auntís passing in 2007...40 years!
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