[Below: Terre Haute, Indiana, Pelley fresh out of prison, where he had spent seven years, February 14, 1950. He was immediately arrested AGAIN by an Indiana sheriff.]

[Below: An unidentified Silver Shirt with child]

[Below: A Silver Shirt meeting]

[Below: Silver Shirt gathering]

[Below: Wider shot]

[Below: Pelley portrait from 1933]

[Below: Illustration from Pelley's book 'No More Hunger'.]

[Below: A Silver Shirt application form]

[Below: A Silver Shirt letter dealing with payment credit]

[Below: A Silver Shirt letter dealing with Pelley's 'No More Hunger' book]

[Below: No More Hunger book cover]

[Below: Hidden Empire book cover]

[Below: Silver Shirt graphic]

[Below: Silver Shirt pamphlet]

[Below: An advertisement for the book 'My Seven Minutes in Eternity']

[Below: Silver Shirt newspaper header]

[Below: Silver Shirt newspaper header]

[Below: Silver Shirt newspaper header]

[Below: The Scourge of Cords - a Pelley newsletter for Silver Shirt supporters (October 1937)]

[Below: Liberation - one of Pelley's newspapers (February 14, 1939)]

[Below: Liberation - one of Pelley's newspapers (May 7, 1939)]

[Below: A page from a Pelley publication]

[Below: A newspaper article about Pelley]

[Below: A newspaper article about Pelley]

  • After the American government forbid Pelley to ever write about politics again, he spent decades exploring spiritual topics. Below are a small example of newsletters, advertisements and books.

    [Below: Examples of Soulcraft magazine.]