During the summer of 1999 I found myself in the Northeastern United States. Although there's much to see there, I skipped most of the sights and headed straight for New Hampshire. Economists have their own set of preferences when it comes to tourism, I guess.
To be honest, the sign does not really belong the the Mount Washington Resort Hotel where Keynes and White spent that summer in 1944, but to their neighbors. But unknown to most, these neighbors have a much better sign than does the M.W. Resort Hotel.
Other things that are not in the history books: the place is full of insects! No wonder they hammered out the Bretton Woods treaty in such a short time.