What is Digie?

DIGIE stands for Digital Information Gateway In El Paso.

DIGIE is a vast collection of images and videos exploring El Paso’s past and present. It examines its people and its many cultures on giant 3-D touch-sensitive TV screens at the Museum of History and on a mobile Mini-Digie as well. Our Mini-Digie will be transported to classrooms, malls, community centers and other locations where citizens gather so everyone has the opportunity to experience and be included in El Paso’s digital history.

The collection of images that powers DIGIE can also be browsed on this website. Most importantly, you can upload your own collection of images telling your own life story or your family history for all to share.

Just select the UPLOAD button to register. Now you are ready to start sharing your El Paso!

Read more about DIGIE here or for more information click this site http://youtu.be/30oS6LzrBqg.

Latest contributions

2020 Gay Pride El Paso Social-Distance Parade

Youth participants with Michael Reyes, better known as Barbie, at the 2020 Gay Pride El Paso Social-Distance Parade on June...

El Paso First Pride Parade - June 2, 2001

Newspaper clipping from El Paso Times "Proud Gays Greet El Paso" by Laura Cruz - the article details the first...

El Paso Masonic Lodge 130 Installation

El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. Installation of Officers.

Brothers Khlayel and Gutierrez.

Lincoln Park Murals

Photograph of South-facing murals at Lincoln Park in Central El Paso.

Located underneath the 1-10/1-54 exchange...

El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. Temple (Trost & Trost)

El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. Temple by Trost & Trost. It began construction in 1912 and was...

Joseph Magoffin (EPISD History)

Joseph Magoffin was born in Chihuahua, Mexico. During the Civil War, he and his brother joined the Confederate Army. Magoffin...

Thomas Calloway Lea

Thomas Calloway Lea Jr. became the 34th Master of El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. in 1908. He...

Major Thomas K. Jackson

Major Thomas K. Jackson became the second master of El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. in 1855. Jackson...

Archibald C. Hyde

Archibald C. Hyde was the fourth Worshipful Master of El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. Worshipful Master's derivation...

Dedication Calvary Statue

Dedication ceremony of calvary statue by General Brees.

A letter from President and mason Franklin D....

El Maida Shriners

Meeting of El Maida Shrine.

El Paso Commandery # 18

El Paso Commandery # 18, Knights Templar. (*R.C. Lightbody, Mayor of El Paso is in the photo). This organization belongs...

Honoring the victims

By Diana Calderon, La Morena and Gabe Real

El Paso Strong. Lord, make us instruments of peace.

Mural in honor ov 8/3/2019 victims, located on Main St and Market. It was realized by Artists Diana Calderon, El...

1st Worshipful Master of Fraternity Masonic Lodge #1111

A.J. Carpenter was the first elected Worshipful Master of Fraternity Lodge #1111 in Downtown El Paso. It was the second...

WALMART MEMORIAL AT PONDER PARK

A MOMENT OF SILENCE &
PRAYER by RICK RINCON & ANGEL A. LOPEZ

Raul and Maria Flores August 3rd 2019 victims

July 25th 2019
9 days before the incident celebrating their 60th anniversary with loved ones at cheddars.

Maria and Raul Flores August 3rd 2019 victims

July 25th 2019
9 days before the incident celebrating their 60th anniversary with loved ones at cheddars.

Jefferson-Silva is El Paso Strong

Following the August 3rd shooting, Jefferson-Silva High School stood in unity with the community sharing their message of being "El...

Somos La Frontera (We are the Border)

The day following the horrific tragedy of the August 3rd shooting, community leaders held a peaceful protest demand change for...

Con Dios (With God)

Among the many prayers, love letters and words of encouragement and support found at the Cielo Vista Walmart, some comfort...

El Paso Strong

A community joined together through pain and heart-break, pay their respects to the August 3rd Walmart shooting victims.

Makeshift Walmart Memorial for August 3rd

Image from the makeshift memorial at Walmart for the victims of the August 3rd terrorist attack.

Graveside service for Margie Reckard -Walmart Victim

Doves were released At Margie Reckard’s graveside service