I found a book that must have been given to me thirty years ago called The Book of Extraordinary Chess Problems: 120 Unusual Puzzles by Stephen Addison. It's got some gems. I may have shared one or two here before. Here's one to warm up for the second one which I'll give later.
This is Puzzle 83 by T. R. Dawson from 1927:
"In a self-stalemate problem, White's objective is not to win, in the usual sense of the word, but to get himself stalemated. In the position given, White is to play and force Black to stalemate him in four moves."
Here is an interactive board for those who might want such a thing.