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

Cathedral Exhibit In El Paso, Texas

Pedro Zaragoza, Giuliana Leal and Jorge I. Angulo at the grand opening of " First Steps."

David L. Carrasco Job Corps Mural - El Paso, Texas - 2017

Photograph taken of the mural in front of the David L. Carrasco Job Corps Center located in East El Paso,...

EPBBHOF HISTORICAL PICTORIAL COVER

COVER FOR HISTORICAL PICTORIAL ALBUM FOR EL PASO BASEBALL HALL OF FAME.

EPBBHOF 2016-17-18

2016-17-18 Album Cover for 2016,2017,2018 induction classes of El Paso Baseball Hall of Fame.

Olalee McCall, Douglass High School, El Paso, Texas

In 1914, when Olalee McCall became the high school English teacher at El Paso's Douglass School for Negro Children. Later...

Maud Isaacks, House of Representatives Texas Legislature

Maud Isaacks (1895-1980), had been an English teacher at El Paso High School for thirty-five years before she began serving...

Kate Moore Brown, Dared to Ride

Kate Moore was a daring cyclist who caused a lot of raised eyebrows in El Paso, Texas, when she became...

Charlee Kelly

Charlee Kelly began her career as a military officer during World War II, and retired in 1956 after attaining the...

Zacchia Jabalie Ayoub, Border Tobacco

Zacchia Jabalie Ayoub came to El Paso as a 13 year old bride. She and her husband built Border Tobacco...

Betty Mary Geotting

Betty Mary Geotting, (1897-1980), was an early women's rights advocate in El Paso who, while doing volunteer work among El...

Janice Windle, El Paso Community Foundation

Janice Woods Windle built the El Paso Community Foundation into a major charitable organization that serves a broad range of...

Janice Windle, El Paso Community Foundation

Janice Woods Windle built the El Paso Community Foundation into a major charitable organization that serves a broad range of...

Octavia Magoffin Glasgow

Octavia Magoffin Glasgow (1900-1986), She was the granddaughter of Joseph Magoffin. She played an important role in preserving her family...

Coach Carson and Coach Kiszeli

Coach Carson and Coach Kiszeli shaking hands. Coach Kiszeli will succeed Bob Carson who was the coach for Cathedral High...

Family History written by Jorge Angulo Parra

Borderland family history written circa 2015 by Jorge Angulo Parra about life in El Paso, Texas and Juarez Mexico. Photo...

Ray Past Ph. D. 1970's

Ray Past Ph. D. taught modern languages at the University of Texas at El Paso for decades.

Raymond L. Telles, Jr. and Rene MascareNas Miranda, 2017

Raymond L.Telles, Jr .mayor of El Paso, Texas and Rene Mascarenas Miranda former mayor of Juarez Mexico were Cathedral High...

First Steps Grand Opening - 2017

First Steps Grand Opening - 2017

Photograph of audience of supporters of Cathedral High School on...

Luz Ulrickson and Brother Nick Gonzalez - Picture Of The Week

Luz Ulrickson and Brother Nick Gonzalez at the opening for the exhibit "First Steps." Exhibit grand opening was August 19,...

First Steps Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - 2017

First Steps Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - 2017

Left to right, Liliana Esparza, Fr. Fabian Marquez, Luz...

JFK - Cathedral High yearbook - 1964

This picture is from Cathedral High School yearbook (1964) in El Paso, Texas. This picture is a dedication page (p....

Cathedral High School Song - 2017 - Video

This is a video of Brother Nick singing with students. Also, the principal Aurora E. Lujan ( Middle) singing with...

Judge R.E. Thomason - 1960

Robert Ewing Thomason (May 30, 1879 – November 8, 1973) was a Texas politician, a member and Speaker of the...

Henry Hopkins Sibley

He went to Richmond, Virginia, and there persuaded Jefferson Davis to adopt a grandiose plan to seize not only New...