BRADY, Nicholas Frederick (1930-)

BRADY, NICHOLAS FREDERICK, a Senator from New Jersey; born in New York City, April 11, 1930; graduated, St. Mark's School, Southboro, Mass., 1948, Yale University in 1952, and Harvard Business School in 1954; investment counselor and banker; appointed on April 12, 1982, as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Harrison A. Williams, Jr.; took oath of office on April 20, 1982, and served from April 12, 1982, until his resignation on December 27, 1982; did not seek election in 1982; resumed banking and business interests in New York City; chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Market Mechanisms (Brady Commission), 1987; Secretary of the Treasury in the Cabinet of President George Herbert Walker Bush 1989-1993; is a resident of Trappe, Md.

Rutgers University Libraries
Special Collections and University Archives
New Brunswick, NJ
Papers: 1982. 18.4 cubic feet. Senatorial papers including legislative files, committee files, New Jersey special projects, legislative and special projects correspondence, general correspondence, speeches and statements, press releases, clippings, and Newark office files.

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