Today, we’ll take a look, over several years, at a coach known as the Tally-Ho. Or are these, in fact, several coaches all known as the Tally-Ho??

First: “Mrs. Frederick Cameron Church, Jr., the former Muriel Vanderbilt, climbing up on her Tally-Ho coach as members of the society colony took a ride over the roads in the coach at Newport, Rhode Island.” This photo is dated August 13, 1929.

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from the Jack & Marge Day collection

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Next: “The Tally-Ho, driven by Mrs. Virginia Winmill of  Warrenton, Virginia, arrives for the annual Gold Cup Hunt Meet Race at Warrenton, Va., on May 6, 1933.”

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from the Jack & Marge Day collection

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And, finally: “The Tally-Ho arrives with exciting fanfare at the 23rd annual Essex Fox Hounds Race Meet on October 16, 1938. It is driven by Dean Bedford. In front is Mrs. Richard V. N. Gambrill, and in back is Mrs. Dean Bedford.”

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from the Jack & Marge Day collection