Published January 2012
Prepared by: CIA History Staff
In late 1961, CIA employees began relocating from a disparate collection of buildings in Washington, DC, to a newly constructed headquarters complex in Langley, Virginia. The Original Headquarters Building (OHB) was the first home designed specifically for Agency officers, and it still serves today as an iconic symbol of CIA and its mission. As part of the commemoration of OHB’s 50 years of service, the Center for the Study of Intelligence has compiled this collection of declassified articles and images that illustrate the making of a key piece of CIA’s heritage.
Director, Center for the Study of Intelligence