Here are some pictures from the year I was a student in Göttingen, Germany. I'm in the window the day I painted my room in the Forum student housing building on Brüder Grimm Allee, on my scooter (I think it's a Lambretta, but I don't remember for sure and can't find pictures on line that match this model. But I did find a history of the Lambretta here, beginning before it made scooters, including a 1939 declaration that the factory was a "model of fascist establishment.") There's a picture of me at the Fasching Party and one with Claudia in Berlin at Schloss Charlottenbe[u]rg. These are all 1964 and 1965,
In 2010 we visited Berlin and I took and posted this picture of Checkpoint Charlie which is now just a tourist attraction with a guy in a soldier suit in the middle of bustling Berlin. But I couldn't find my old pictures until today. The back of the 1964 picture says, "Checkpoint Charlie from ramp on Western Side looking over the wall. Barbed wire on bottom of picture is on top of the wall." That's me looking at the sign. In those days the space between East and West Berlin was no-man's land and today it's just a historical footnote in the middle of Berlin at a point where you otherwise would have no idea this had been the border.
In the last set, you can see Loussac library at what I think was the official opening in 1986. Then there are two kids preparing for Halloween (this picture is here for their spouses to enjoy). And finally a picture my son took of his father during the red beard period. I don't have exact dates but these are mid 1980s.
OK, back to the garage. I don't think I've made much room today.