The Evolution of St. Bonaventure

Below is an animation that depicts the evolution of the layout of St. Bonaventure's campus. Each building is numbered according to the key beneath it. Be on the lookout for floods, fires, and demolition!


 

Buildings Key

1) Monastery & Chapel (1856-1930)
2) College Building (1874-1899)
3) Alumni Hall (1888-1961)
4) New College Building (1899-1908)
5) Barns
6) Lynch Hall (1908-1933)
7) Butler Gym (1918--)
8) Power Plant (1918--)
9) Devereux Hall (1928--)
10) SBU Railroad (1928-1949)
11) Hickey Memorial Dining Hall (1931--)
12) De La Roche Hall (1934--)
13) Music Hall (1934-1967)
14) ROTC (1937-1964)
15) Friedsam Memorial Library (1938--)
16) Barracks (1946-1955)
17) Classroom Buildings (1946-1964)
18) Forness Stadium (1946-1959)
19) Administration Building (1947-1965)
20) Robinson & Falconio Halls (1955--)
21) Plassmann Hall (1959--)
22) Doyle Hall (1961--)
23) Maintenance Building (1955--)
24) Hopkins Hall (1964--)
25) Post Office (1964-1995)
26) Shay & Loughlen Halls (1965--)
27) Reilly Center (1967--)
28) New Maintenance Building (1972--)
29) Francis Hall (1952--)
30) Bonaville (1976-1984)
31) Garden Apartments (1979--)
32) Mecom/Murphy Hall (1981--)
33) Friary (1986--)
34) Observatory (1989--)
35) Townhouses, Phase I (1994--)
36) Quick Center for the Arts (1995--)
37) Townhouses, Phase II (1997--)
38) Townhouses, Phase III (1999--)
39) Richter Center (2004--)
40) Walsh Science Center (2008--)

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