I don't have copies, besides my own (very tattered ones). The rights on published magazines get complicated. The DriveThru Arabian Sea Tales for instance is just the game, not any of the other articles. Even the ads can be disputed as copyrighted material, though that normally applies after a much longer time when say an Art Decco feel or controversial claim adds to kitsch value. Everything old gets new again. Aside, It's a Wonderful Life became popular because the rights holder let it slip into public domain and TV stations would binge play it as free content.
Second hand copy sales of books were protected by supreme court decision; otherwise even those might be litigated.
So long ago the published works, maybe Noble Knight could find you copies. Maybe Etsy.
It's a hunt.