As pillars of learning and intelligence, libraries have always played an important role at the Central Intelligence Agency. So important, in fact, that it has its very own fully staffed and stocked library at the headquarters compound in Langley, Virginia. And while the collection may be a bit different from that of your local library, its importance to the CIA community is just as meaningful. In an effort to help you “Find the Library at Your Place,” the CIA Library has pulled together a list of unclassified and declassified resources that you can use to learn a bit more about the agency’s history and the broader world of intelligence.
Central Intelligence Agency, Apr. 29