Here's some more!
Sometimes you just have to step back and say "damn, the Internet Archive is the best thing ever on the internet"
Give them money!
edit this will make it better
That would be a lot of work obviously, it's fantastic that the scans are available in the first place.
A related project: http://www.pulpmags.org/index.htm
My other favorite is Watchbird:
Lot's of his other stories were published in the Galaxy.
The man on the cover is wearing one of those mirrors on his forehead that you often see in older photos of doctors. Thanks to Google and Wikipedia, I can now report what it is called ("head mirror") and what it was used for (to provide illumination for ear, nose, and throat exams). 
* one I found that I'll read: https://archive.org/details/New_Worlds_171v50_1967-03
There's something about this era that I've always liked. Maybe because these old pulps were my first lesson that scifi =/= space opera.
Just read Fredric Brown's Honeymoon in Hell in the November 1950 issue. Made me smile, gave me a little hope that perhaps we might all get on together after all.
Could never understand why Fredric Brown wasn't better known.
First story: The Fireman by Ray Bradbury