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

CSM Fredrick McFarlan

CSM Fredrick E. McFarlan, U.S. Army was one of the highest-ranking enlisted men as he was elevated to the rank...

Column at Lincoln Park

Painted column at Lincoln Park in central El Paso, Mural depicts local and regional Car Clubs from the city.

William Wallace Mills

William Wallace Mills born in Thorntown, Indiana.

He accompanied his brother Anson to the town of...

Knights Templar - St. Clements - El Paso

El Paso Commandery No. 18 "Knights Templar" in front of St. Clements Church.

Albert Jennings Fountain

Albert Jennings Fountain, Worshipful Master of El Paso Masonic Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. in 1870 & 1872.
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Remembering Leon C. Metz

We are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of the renowned historian Leon C. Metz. His books and...

Texas Ranger Stoudenmire

“When 1881 dawned, Solomon Schutz was one of the wealthiest men in town, the successful operator of their largest mercantile,...

ATF Tom "Threepersons" Cherokee

Tom “Threepersons” Cherokee. Born on July 22, 1889, in the Indian Territory of ‘Vinita’. He was the son of a...

President Harry S. Truman and Robert E. Thomason in El Paso

On Sept. 26, 1948, President and Mason, Harry S. Truman were greeted by Congressman and Mason, Robert E. Thomason in...

Shriners

Nobles Delgado, Gutierrez and Arriaga.

*Members of El Maida Shrine A.A.O.N.M.S.

Ralston Masonic Hospital

El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. were the proprietors of the Ralston Hospital and Nursing School. It was...

Ralston Masonic Hospital

El Paso Lodge # 130 A.F. & A.M. were the proprietors of the Ralston Hospital and Nursing School. It was...

Trost & Trost Drawing for El Paso Masonic Lodge # 130

One of the many architectural drawings by the firm Trost & Trost for El Paso Masonic Lodge # 130 A.F....

El Paso Police Department 1929

El Paso Police Department (circa, 1929) CHIEF of Police L.T. Robey.

Brother L.T. Robey was a...

Chief of El Paso Police Department James White

| James H. White |

Born on February 15, 1847, in Portsmouth, Virginia. White’s father was a...

Cliff Walsh

Cliff Walsh retired from the El Paso Police Department as Deputy Chief. He became the Chief of Police for the...

John E. Wood

John E. Wood a native of Oklahoma. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. After his military service, he managed...

DPS Texas Ranger Royal A. McMullin

Royal A. McMullin born in Salem, Missouri. He joined the United States Air Force at eighteen and served as MP...

“Amor, Vida y Paz” installed by artist Adrian Wolf

Altars (or ofrendas) are at the heart of Dia de los Muertos celebration, placed in the home or at the...

In Remembrance for Dia De Los Muertos 2020

In Remembrance for Dia De Los Muertos 2020 by Amber Marie Balderas.

"I have a Picture...

RWS Archive Dig

RWS Archival Dig: Karah Royse Submission - 2020
View of the El Paso Skyline from a cave

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.