This little woodland creature is not what it seems to be.
This portable radio belonged to a Turkish immigrant, who began working at Ford Automotive in the 1960s.
Only a certified nurse would have been allowed to wear this nurse's cap from Korea. For the Korean nurses, it symbolized professional accomplishment and status.
This passport belonged to a Spanish immigrant, who came to Germany in 1960.
These signs hung in the German Liaison Office ("Deutschen Verbindungsstelle"), which was located in the Tophane district of Istanbul until 1970, when it moved to Mecidiyeköy.