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Showed a future chief Justice of the supreme court once proposed marriage to the first woman who would sit on the high court correspondent, John stolas has more biographer Evan Thomas told NPR's morning edition that he found a letter that was written by future supreme court chief Justice William Rehnquist to Sandra Day O'Connor who would later become the first woman on the court Thomas said he found the letter while doing research for his upcoming book on O'Connor called first rank west and O'Connor dated while both were students at Stanford law school in the early nineteen fifties they broke up but remained friends. But during their courtship Thomas said the letter from rank west read to be specific sandy will you marry me this summer, she said, no as she was also dating another student. John O'Connor who she would later Mary in nineteen fifty two.