EDWIN MEESE III - AUTOGRAPH NOTE SIGNED 11/04/1982 CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES S. "THE BEAR" BRADY - HFSID 26705
EDWIN MEESE III and JAMES S. "THE BEAR" BRADY Signed 7x5 invitation to President Reagan "Mid-Term Reunion" signed by both Reagan staff members Autograph Note Signed: "Ed Meese", “Jim Bear Brady”, and third signer that merits further research.
Sale Price $180.00
EDWIN MEESE III and JAMES S. "THE BEAR" BRADY Signed 7x5 invitation to President Reagan "Mid-Term Reunion" signed by both Reagan staff members Autograph Note Signed: "Ed Meese", “Jim Bear Brady”, and third signer that merits further research. The card is 7x5 and is an invitation to the "Reagan-Bush Mid-Term Reunion" reception "on Thursday, November 4th, 1982". Notes in full: "To Ed,/Best to you!/[illegible]/[illegible]" and "To Ed/Best Wishes/and/Good Luck/Jim Bear Brady". Handwritten notes in blue ink. A lawyer and business executive, Edwin Meese III (b. 1931) first served Ronald Reagan when the latter was Governor of California, ending up as his chief of staff. In the White House, Meese was counselor to the President (1981-1985), then Attorney General (1985-1988). He is currently engaged in teaching and research on law enforcement issues at Stanford's Hoover Institution, the Heritage Foundation and elsewhere. James S. "The Bear" Brady (1940-2014), Assistant to the President and Press Secretary, was severely wounded in the head in the March 30, 1981 attempted assassination of President Reagan. He and his wife Sarah then led a campaign for stronger gun laws and on November 30, 1993, President Clinton signed the "Brady Bill", a bill named in Mr. Brady's honor, into law. The Brady Law requires a five-day waiting period and background check on all handgun purchases through licensed dealers. Worn corners. Toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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