"Cooking Creole: suggestions on making Creole food", edited by Jean de Boissiere, was published in Trinidad around 1945. It is illustrated with wonderful woodcuts, and includes recipes for crab, deer, fish, vegetables and desserts using local ingredients.
The Planters Peanut icon, Mr. Peanut, has been used in advertising since 1916. The item shown above is a children's paintbook from 1920, which tells the story of Mr. Peanut visiting Betty and her friends and whisking them away on various adventures around the world, ending back home: "It wasn't many minutes/ Before their magic plane / Was flying toward Virginia / To bring them home again. / Then Mr. Peanut took them / To Planters factories / And there they saw inspectors, / At work like busy bees."