The mention of the three mission profiles in Jenkins' The Space Shuttle (p. 160) cites NASA-CR-132282, a 1973 contractor report on the heat shield, which is public and does helpfully have a brief outline of missions 1, 2, and 3. (3 had not been split into 3A and 3B yet?). Not immensely helpful, but it does at least give the basic parameters.
There's a little more detail on the various reference missions in History of Space Shuttle Rendezvous, 2011 (ch. 9) - but again not really a substitute for the full thing. It confirms planning for both 3A and 3B was abandoned in late 1975.
Finally this conference paper from 1973 gives an outline of the four "representative missions" being considered at the time. I have not yet tracked down a full copy but the first page is still helpful.
Combining the three we get:
- Mission 1 - 185km circular orbit (presumably 28.5 degrees) to deploy a satellite into geostationary orbit, and return another, with 29 tonnes payload, 290 m/s OMS and 37 m/s RCS dV. Launched from KSC. This used a space tug as a third stage to transfer the satellite to geostationary orbit.
- Mission 2 - 500km circular orbit (55 degrees) to resupply a space station or perform maintenance on an orbiting satellite, 11 tonnes payload, 430 m/s OMS and 37 m/s RCS dV. Launched from KSC.
- Mission 3 - a single orbit mission to a 185km circular polar orbit to deploy or retrieve a satellite, with 18 tonnes payload, 150 m/s OMS and 46 m/s RCS dV. Launched from Vandenberg.
- Mission 3A - single orbit deployment variant
- Mission 3B - single orbit recovery variant
There is also mention of a Mission 4 in that last paper, which seems to have been a general class for "long duration flight with a particular scientific payload/objective", of up to 30 days.