Cowgirl Justice

Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has been inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum's Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, TX. She grew up on her family's isolated cattle ranch, straddling the Arizona and New Mexico border, and learned to shoot and ride before her eighth birthday. When she learned to dispense justice is not known, and there is no National Supreme Court Justice Hall of Fame to judge the merits of Justices after they reach the age of eight, although it might be a good idea.

The induction was part of the opening of the new National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, moved from its remote stomping grounds in Hereford to this $21 million dollar facility.

1720 Gendy St., Fort Worth, TX
I-30 exit 11. North on Montgomery St. for about a mile, then turn right onto Crestline Rd/Burnett Tandy Drive, then right again onto Gendy St. On the west side of the Will Rogers complex, next to the Fort Worth science museum.
T-Sa 10-5, Su 12-5 (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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