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When did SUNY Oswego's buildings come into use?

Sheldon Hall: 1913
Park Hall: 1933
Splinter Village (now gone): 1947
Lonis Hall: 1951
Mackin Hall: 1951
Moreland Hall: 1951
Observatory: 1956
Johnson Hall: 1958
Lee Hall: 1958
Heating Plant: 1958
Lakeside Dining Hall: 1959
Riggs Hall: 1960
Waterbury Hall: 1960
Rich Hall: 1961
Scales Hall: 1961
Romney Field House: 1962
Piez Hall: 1962
Poucher Hall: 1963
Swetman Hall: 1963
Hart Hall: 1963
Wilber Hall: 1964
Funnelle Hall: 1965
Maintenance Building: 1965
Walker Health Center: 1965
Commissary Building: 1966
Mahar Hall: 1966
Rice Creek Field Station: 1966
Culkin Hall: 1967
Lanigan Hall: 1967
Hewitt Union: 1967
Seneca Hall: 1967
Pathfinder Hall: 1967
Cayuga Hall: 1967
Cooper Dining Hall: 1967
Laker Hall: 1968
Littlepage Dining Hall: 1968
Onondaga Hall: 1968
Penfield Library: 1968
Snygg Hall: 1968
Tyler Hall: 1968
King Hall: 1970 (year of acquisition, private residence finished 1935)
Oneida Hall: 1970
Service Building: 1971
Marano Campus Center: 2006
The Village: 2010
Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation: 2013