Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced an opinion from the bench just 24 hours after the death of her husband because, she said, "Marty would have wanted it this way." Her marriage to Martin Ginsburg, who died June 27 at 78, was a 56-year marathon of love and support.
<b>Fall, 1954</b> Martin D. Ginsburg and Ruth Bader Ginsburg taken in the fall while Martin Ginsburg served in the Army, before being drafted, stationed at Artillery Village in Fort Sill, Okla. Martin Ginsburg was drafted into the Army in 1954.
<b>August 10, 1993</b> Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is sworn in as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. From left to right stand President Bill Clinton, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Martin Ginsburg, and Chief Justice William Rehnquist.