The McIntosh Archive consists of four solar cycles (SC20 - 23) of synoptic maps of solar features (magnetic polarities, coronal holes, filaments, sunspots, plage) that were produced by Patrick McIntosh and his cartographers. In this paper we present the full Archive for the first time, as well as a supplement set of related maps created for the 2019-2020 solar minimum (Whole Heliosphere and Planetary Interactions -- WHPI interval), using EUV observations to track coronal hole properties. We present a study of cross-calibrated EUV and He-I 10830 \AA\ coronal holes to better understand the connection between the nature of coronal holes during the WHPI solar minimum and the earlier minima in the main Archive. In this way, we consider the large-scale organization of solar magnetic fields between solar minima, and study each solar minimum in the context of its solar cycle.

Large-scale organization of solar magnetic fields

This figure combines the sunspot, plage, filament and coronal hole locations as described in Figures 3 and 4 for the entire McA data set, showing how the patterns connect to each other and repeat from cycle to cycle. Colors are as follows; Blue/red: positive/negative polarity CH boundaries, green: filaments, gold: sunspots, yellow: plage.