Series contains documents pertaining to Joseph Blyth Whitehead's and Ernest Christie Whitehead's careers with the Brandon Sun, 1910-1952; contains business correspondence as well as job orders as well as newspaper clippings and other ephemera created had organized with correspondence. Series is further divided into the following files:
Job orders for the Brandon Sun; includes products and hard-written notes with information and prices; catalogue of Values for Brandon retail stores printed by the Brandon Sun with distribution list from 1925; photograpic advertising plate for Jaegers.
The file contains form letters used by Ernest Christie Whitehead in the context of his work with the Brandon Sun; type written business letters; most pertain to advertising; comments on advertising keeping pace with inflation; discusses movement to get consumers to purchase at home instead of in Winnipeg; Christmas greeting to advertising clients; basic advertising contract
The file contains miscellaneous documents pertaining to Ernest Christie Whitehead's business, predominantly with the Brandon Sun, between 1924 and 1949; mailing information; various letters to and from associates; requests to Ernest Whitehead to provide references; also some letters directed to Joseph Blyth Whitehead; letter from Walter Jansen pertaining to his daughter Mary Jensen and a position at the Prince Edward Hotel dated February 5th 1932; complaints about an article in the Brandon Sun by the Army and Navy Veterans in Canada.