Since the publication of the 1986 guide, and as a result of the growing and sustained interest in the work itself, the Maxwell Archive at McGill has been enriched with much new material. New technologies enable us today to make the Maxwell Archive infinitely more accessible not just on a national, but international scale. The same technologies make it possible to combine the archival record with a virtual view of selected projects, to listen to one of the Maxwell descendants talk about his childhood memories, and even to make a virtual visit to one of the great houses designed by the Maxwells and owned today by McGill University. The undisputed value of the Maxwell Archive is in its scope and its contents; but it is the new, digital approach that makes them available to not just to the scholarly community, but globally. Seeing the Maxwell oeuvre in this much larger context will help advance new scholarship and to properly situate the work itself. full text