Decades ago, when I was in high school (1970s), our creative writing teacher handed out a book of photographs. They were from the 1940s though 1950s, and mainly children/teens, no captions other than photographer, location, and date. We used that book for 'inspiration', choosing a different photo each week to write a story about. It was a great resource, because the settings and facial expressions opened up so many ideas. Well, now it's been 40-odd years and I still wish I had that book! Next to impossible to find the exact book now, I realize, but I'm hoping someone here has seen a book (or books) which have a similar 'subject matter'. I get a lot of ideas from just people-watching, but it would so nice to have something at home that I could study and think about.