In addition, I received two hard-to-find pulps with less-famous Heinlein stories: “Columbus Was a Dope” in the May 1947 issue of a Startling Stories splashily covered by the inimitable Earle Bergey, and the light fantasy tale “Our Fair City” in the May 1949 Weird Tales.
Then, as long as I was in a big city, I figured I'd poke around a couple of bookstores to see if I could find any Heinlein I didn‘t already have. Indeed I could: hardcovers of To Sail Beyond the Sunset and Requiem, which I had had only in paperbacks, plus more modern Glory Road and Red Planet. The prices were decent, so I picked ‘em up.
At last all are scanned, and all are posted to my Heinlein Cover Art galleries.