As one might expect, most CIA documents are classified and are not available in libraries. Government Documents holds a small collection of CIA publications. Here are some of our holdings:
World Factbook (PREX 3.15:) Reference book with entries for all of the countries in the world, with background information, maps, and statistics.
Directories of officials (various countries) (PREX 3.10/7-) Cold-war era posters with photographs of the leaders of various communist countries.
Chiefs of state and cabinet members of foreign governments (PREX 3.11/2:)
Studies in Intelligence (PREX 3.19:) Journal featuring historical articles about CIA activities and personnel. Parts of the contents are classified, so we only have the unclassified issues.
The Government Documents collection has a number of congressional hearings, reports, and documents concerning the activities of the CIA. You can search for these in ProQuest Congressional and U.S. Congressional Serial Set. Please ask a librarian for assistance in locating the hearings, reports, and documents in our collection.
The Foreign Relations of the United States series contains many declassified CIA documents.