Hickey Dining Hall
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The Hickey Dining Hall was constructed in 1930, as part of the replacement for a major complex of college buildings on the same site that had been destroyed by fire. Designed by noted Buffalo architect, Chester Oakley, it was the second major building of a series which established a grouping of Florentine style buildings. The ornate brickwork and tile roofs produce a unique environment which reflects the University's roots in the Italy of St. Francis and St. Bonaventure.
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