The Dorothy L. Hoffman Papers consists of personal and professional correspondence, papers pertaining to her employment at Florida State University (FSU) and committees on which she served, Department of Modern Languages records, course materials, materials documenting her work with professional organizations and honor societies, some publications, memorabilia, and scrapbooksTopics include the Christian Training Institute, the FSU College of Arts and Sciences, counseling, homecoming, Interamerican Studies Program at FSU, foreign study, humanities, departmental book orders, translation work, and Phi Beta Kappa. It has significant historical value not only in documenting the professional career of an eminent foreign language instructor, but it also traces the development of the Department of Modern Languages at Florida State University and the history of modern language instruction in higher education during the 20th Century.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 00.MSS 2003-021
The Grace I. Fox and Mary Jane Martin-Vegue Collection consists of a variety of materials relating to their involvement with Florida State University and their leadership in physical education in the state of Florida, as well as nationally.
FSU Special Collections & Archives: 00.HP-2007-123
The Olga Larson Collection contains items related to her years as a student and a mathematics professor at Florida State College for Women including correspondences, certificates, and personal documents.
The Spessard Lindsey Holland collection consists primarily of the personal correspondence, photographs, campaign materials, individual files, Floridiana, and memorabilia such as various awards and certificates, plaques, and miscellaneous novelty items. The collection has materials dated from the 1890s to the early 1970s with the majority of the collection dated after the 1930s. Biographical materials on the former Governor and U.S. Senator can be found in this collection as well as various papers and correspondence during his terms in both of these offices. Also included are speeches, tax records, recordings and photographs, presentations, memberships, Holland Family papers and correspondence, as well as over 170 books that belonged to the Hollands.