Well, I'm still digging through an amassed collection of 20+ years of old CDR's and CD's (buried under a stockpile of FDD's and ZIP disks - I told people here, yes, I am a hoarder!
I managed to find the Hobbes OS/2 CD Rom compilation (shareware, demos, etc) from August 1994. I just tested it - its reading OK, so all good. Its always funny to look at these old disks from Walnut Creek and recall the days of being "BBS ready". Before the whole Internet_at_home thing, that was a great era of computing that I remember fondly.
OS/2 warp 3 is "somewhere" (but not in the 3+ boxes I went through, but I did also find an old Australian Personal Computer
magazine from Jun 2000 that had full versions of OS/2 Warp 4.0 (plus beOs and Redhat) on a CD cover disk (which is still sealed in plastic, surprisingly).
I'll keep looking for Warp 3 - its lying about here. But I am still living in boxes after almost 5 years of shifting from my last house (ie. a case of "I never realised we had so much crap! Oh well, have to leave it in a box for now"
If you want these, no problems. You can just shoot me a message here on the forum if you have a postal address you want them sent to... I'll try and find the other Warp installer for you as well.