Traveling Exhibit

The Cowgirl Who Became a Justice: Sandra Day O’Connor: A 30th Anniversary Celebration 

Discover Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female Supreme Court Justice, and learn about her connection between life on the ranch and life on the bench. In this exhibit you will explore the Lazy B Ranch, rain, wind and isolation, gender roles, congressional hearings, and the Supreme Court of the United States.


  • Exhibit covers up to 3000 square feet

Venue Rental Period

  • Renting through 2014
  • Up to18-24 weeks

Educational Programming Material

  • iCivics
  • Student Guide
  • PowerPoint
  • TEKS guidelines
  • Resources

Scheduling, Price and Exhibit Guidelines

  • $7,500
  • Digital contract and information package available upon request


  • The renter is responsible for all shipping costs additional specs
  • Exhibit labels and text panels provided
  • Select promotional materials provided
  • Docent guide available
  • For further information please contact: Collections Manager,
    Ashley Henderson at 817-509-8983 or

“Before I rode occasionally on the round-up, it had been an all-male domain. Changing it to accommodate a female was probably my first initiation into joining an all-men’s club, something I did more than once in my life.”

–O’Connor in Lazy B: Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest.