Two items donated by late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will go on display this December in a Tel Aviv museum.
The Jewish jurist will be represented at the Museum of the Jewish People with one of her trademark white lace jabot collars and a signed copy of her autobiography “My Own Words” in a new exhibit opening in three months, officials announced. Ginsburg personally provided the book and the collar to the museum.
The items will be featured in the museum’s Core Exhibition to honor the legendary liberal justice who died last week at the age of 87.
Earlier this year, the museum inducted Ginsburg into its “Heroes — Trailblazers of the Jewish People” exhibit, honoring eight categories of honorees including scientists, intellectuals, revolutionaries, cultural figures and athletes.
Ginsburg joined fellow Justice Louis Brandeis, along with Brooklynites Sandy Koufax, Woody Allen and Barbra Streisand, in the Tel Aviv museum’s honor roll.