High-dispersion spectra of several small and medium-sized sunspots were obtained with the 16-inch coronagraph of the Sacramento Peak Observatory. Equivalent widths and half-widths were measured. A curve of growth was constructed for each spot. Excitation temperatures for iron derived from the curve- of-growth analysis averaged 41000, assuming an excitation temperature of 49000 for the photosphere. There is evidence for a higher excitation temperature for smaller spots. Turbulent velocities derived from the curves of growth averaged 2.9 km/sec compared to 1.7 km/sec for the photosphere, while a line-profile analysis gave an average of 3.7 km/sec compared to 1.5 km/sec for the photosphere.