So I ...
- used Teledisk to create disk image files (you can convert to whatever format you prefer),
- scanned the disks with a flatbed scanner to create another set of disk images,
- copied the individual files into subdirectories,
- wrote a readme with disk label information and file tree.
I will send the HP specific software to the HP Museum in Australia for publication, insofar as it is missing there.
Copies for archival and research purposes can be provided.
But, as I said, the OS/2 1.1 copy is only the naked files without boot files - OS2KRNL and OS2LDR have been copied from an AT&T install disk to make the file collection complete. In order to make disk images you would have to start with another 1.1 version and copy the "new" files over it.
Some ZIP archives are large because of the *.jpg disk images, which could be resampled.