# Box 4

## Contains 11 Results:

### Topology as it relates to geometric topology as taught, 3-manifolds, and geometric topology, 1958 - 1975

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**1958 - 1975

### Poincare conjecture and 3-manifolds, "Some Aspects of the Topology of 3-Manifolds Related to the Poincare Conjecture.", 1960 - 1966

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**1960 - 1966

### Poincare conjecture and triangulating 3-manifolds, "Computing the Fundamental Group of Complements of Curves.", 1965

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**1965

### “A Convex Metric for a Locally Connected Continuum", 1948

**Dates:**1948

### “Metrization of Topological Spaces,” Duke Mathematical Journal and the Canadian Journal of Mathematics, 1949 - 1950

**Dates:**1949 - 1950

### “Locally Tame Surfaces are Tame", 1952

**Dates:**1952

### “Retractions Onto Spheres", 1963

**Dates:**1963

### “Sphere of E³", 1963

**Dates:**1963

### “Radial Engulfing", 1964

**Dates:**1964

### “Improving the Intersections of Lines and Surfaces", 1966

**Dates:**1966

### “The Elusive Fixed Point Property", 1967

**Dates:**1967