The 2 you mentioned are on pages 51 & 52 of "The US Army Jeep at War" by Steven Zaloga. In addition to those, some more photos can be found on pages 50 and 70 in the same book.
Page 45 of "WWII Jeep in Action" by David Doyle (Squadron Publications) contains another photo of an armored Jeep.
Another good photo here:http://18.104.22.168/jeep/variants.html
I know I've seen others, but not sure where at the moment. I'll look further later, but for the most part, the added "armor" is nothing more than crudely attached sheet steel to cover the windshield (many have vision slits/slots) and sometimes additional pieces for the sides, like wing windows or where a door would be. These were usually field modifications using whatever was at hand, so no two are usually alike, with those 82nd Airborne Jeeps being the exceptions, as they appear to be "kits" of some kind.