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  • Brady Obit
    This March 30, 2011 file photo shows former White House press secretary James Brady, left, who was left paralyzed in the Reagan assassination attempt, looking at his wife, Sarah Brady, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to mark the 30th anniversary of the shooting. A Brady family spokeswoman says Brady has died at 73.
    Evan Vucci | AP
  • Obit James Brady
    White House reporters photograph the plaque honoring former White House press secretary James Brady, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014, in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House in Washington. Brady, former press secretary to Ronald Reagan who was severely wounded in a 1981 assassination attempt on the president, has died, the White House said on Monday. He was 73.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP
  • Obit James Brady
    Close-up of the plaque in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014.
    Pablo Martinez Monsivais | AP
  • Brady Obit
    This March 30, 1981 file photo shows a U.S. Secret Service agent with an automatic weapon watching over James Brady, the president's press secretary, after Brady was wounded in an attempt on the life of President Ronald Reagan in Washington. A Washington, D.C. policeman, Thomas Delahanty, lies to the left after also being shot.
    Ron Edmonds | AP
  • Obit James Brady
    This Jan. 6, 1981 file photo shows President-elect Ronald Reagan introducing James Brady as his press secretary in Washington. Brady, the affable, witty press secretary who survived a devastating head wound in the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan and undertook a personal crusade for gun control, died Monday. He was 73.
    Walt Zebowski | AP
  • Obit James Brady
    This Jan. 6, 1981 file photo shows James Brady, selected by president-elect Ronald Reagan to become his press secretary, talking to reporters after the announcement in Washington.
    Walt Zebowski | AP
  • Brady Obit
    This March 30, 2011 file photo shows former White House press secretary James Brady, who was left paralyzed in the Reagan assassination attempt, during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to mark the 30th anniversary of the shooting.
    Evan Vucci | AP
  • DNC CONVENTION
    Former White House Press Secretary James Brady and his wife, Sarah, chairwoman of the anti-gun lobbying group Handgun Control Inc., arrive on stage to speak at the opening session of the Democratic National Convention, Monday, Aug. 26, 1996 at the United Center in Chicago. Brady was shot during an assassination attempt on President Reagan in 1981.
    Ron Edmonds | AP
  • DNC CONVENTION
    Former Reagan press secretary James Brady gives Bill Clinton's gun-control record a poignant "thumbs up" Monday night, Aug. 26, 1996 on stage at the Democratic National Convention at Chicago's United Center in front of a video image of his wife, Sarah Brady. Democrats opened their 42nd national convention Monday with a forceful anti-crime message. The appearance by former Republicans James and Sarah Brady provided a powerful punch to opening night.
    Amy Sancetta | AP
  • DNC CONVENTION
    Former Reagan press secretary James Brady gives Bill Clinton's gun-control record a poignant "thumbs up" Monday night, Aug. 26, 1996 on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention at Chicago's United Center.
    Beth A. Keiser | AP
  • CLINTON MEDALS
    Wearing his Presidential Medal of Freedom, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin, left, of Chicago, talks to former White House Press Secretary James Brady at the White House Monday, Sept. 9, 1996, as Brady waits to receive his medal. President Clinton awarded the nation's highest civilian honor to 11 people during the ceremony.
    Doug Mills | AP
  • Brady Obit
    This Feb. 11, 2000 file photo shows former White House press secretary for President Reagan James Brady, left, following a dedication ceremony for the new James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House in Washington. From left are, Brady, presidential press secretaries Joe Lockhart (Clinton), Jerald terHorst (Ford), Larry Speakes (Reagan), Mike McCurry (Clinton) and Pierre Salinger (Kennedy).
    Susan Walsh | AP
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