The famous Stardust font, used here for a travel complex. “135 exquisitely furnished, air-conditioned rooms and suites, each with TV, Muzak, radio”
Let us be honest: while such a sign today would be an object of veneration for the post-war culture crowd – your host by all means included – it really isn’t very good. The oversized star on a Column of Many Colors, the triangle with an embedded boomerang (can’t get more googie than that) and the clumsy “restaurant sign.” It’s like they got the “Cool Sign” materials in a box without instructions, and put them together without a clue.
Still rather nifty, though.
Note: the sign has a twin in the now-abandoned Sun -n Sand in Jackson MS.