The Florida Southern College Digital Archives includes a sampling from collections housed in the McKay Archives Center. This includes papers and records of:
- Shirley Jackson Case (1872-1947), noted Christian theologian who taught at FSC (1940s), editor of the journal Religion in the Making (1940-1943).
- A. P. Bolton (1905-1974), owner of Macasphalt Paving Company, original paver of the Daytona Speedway.
Also included are the following Florida Southern College publications: Florida Southern College News (1943), The Citizen (1947), The Southern (1949), Touché (1949), Through Three Decades at Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida (1955) and Of Fact and Fancy... at Floirda Southern College (1979) by Dr. Charles T. Thrift, Jr., and Florida Southern College: The First 100 Years (1985) by Theodore M. Haggard.