# Box 5

## Contains 12 Results:

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

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:**1967

### “Concerning the Simple Plane Web", undated

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:**undated

### “Sufficiency", undated

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:**undated

### Empty envelopes with handwritten notations, 1945 - 1954

**Dates:**1945 - 1954

### Empty envelopes with handwritten notations, undated

**Dates:**undated

### “Radial Engulfing,” and “Stealing a Dimension from Homma,” with Prabir Roy , 1964

**Dates:**1964

### “A Complete Elementary Proof that Hilbert Space is Homeomorphic to the Countable Infinite Product of Lines,” with R.D. Anderson, 1967 - 1968

**Dates:**1967 - 1968

### Hilbert Space research conducted with R.D. Anderson, 1968 - 1969

**Dates:**1968 - 1969

### “Monotone Images of E³,” with Joseph M. Martin, undated

**Dates:**undated

### “A Toroidal Decomposition of E³,” with Steve Armentrout, Fundementa Mathematicae, LX, 1967

**Dates:**1967

### “Retractions Onto ANR’s” and “A Fixed Theorem For Open Q-Acyclic n-Manifolds,” with Robert F. Brown, 1968

**Dates:**1968

### R.H. Bing’s career in teaching and the future of math in different industries, 1954

**Dates:**1954