### Students

John R. Kline :Double elliptic geometry in terms of point and order alone University of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. 1916 |

George Hallet, Jr. :Linear order in three dimensional Euclidean and double elliptic spaces University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1918 |

Anna Mullikin :Certain theorems relating to plane connected point sets University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1922 |

Raymond Louis Wilder :Concerning continuous curves University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1923 |

Renke Gustav Lubben :The double-elliptic case of the Lie–Riemann–Helmholtz–Hilbert problem of the foundations of geometry University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1925 |

Gordon Thomas Whyburn :Concerning continua in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1927 |

John H. Roberts :Concerning non-dense plane continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1929 |

Clark Cleveland :On the existence of acyclic curves satisfying certain conditions with respect to a given continuous curve. University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1930 |

Joe Dorroh :Some metric properties of descriptive planes University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1930 |

Edmund Klipple :Spaces in which there exist contiguous points University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1932 |

Charles W. Vickery :Spaces in which there exist uncountable convergent sequences of points University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1932 |

Robert Basye :Simply connected sets University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1933 |

Floyd Burton Jones :Concerning R. L. Moore’s Axiom \(5_1\) University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1935 |

Harlan Cross Miller :On compact unicoherent continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1941 |

Robert Sorgenfrey :Concerning triodic continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1941 |

Robert Swain :I: Proper and reductive transformations; II: Continua obtained from sequences of simple chains of point sets; III: Distance axioms in Moore spaces; IV: Linear metric space; V: A space in which there may exist uncountable convergent sequences of points University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1941 |

Gail Young, Jr. :Concerning the outer boundaries of certain connected domains University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1942 |

R H Bing :Concerning simple plane webs University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1945 |

Edwin E. Moise :An indecomposable plane continuum which is homeomorphic to each of its non-degenerate subcontinua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1947 |

Richard Davis Anderson, Sr. :Concerning upper semi-continuous collections of continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1948 |

Mary Ellen (Estill) Rudin :Concerning abstract spaces University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1949 |

Cecil Edmund Burgess :Concerning continua and their complementary domains in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1951 |

Billy Joe Ball :Concerning continuous and equicontinuous collections of arcs University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1952 |

S. Eldon Dyer :Certain conditions under which the sum of the elements of a continuous collection of continua is an arc University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1952 |

Mary-Elizabeth Hamstrom :Concerning webs in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1952 |

John Slye :Flat spaces for which the jordan curve theorem holds true University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1953 |

John Mohat :Concerning spirals in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1955 |

Bennie Pearson :A connected point set in the plane which spirals down on each of its points University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1955 |

Steve Armentrout :On spirals in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1956 |

William Stockton Mahavier :A theorem on spirals in the plane University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1957 |

L. Bruce Treybig :Concerning locally peripherally separable spaces University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1958 |

James Younglove :Concerning dense metric subspaces of certain nonmetric spaces University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1958 |

George Henderson :Proof that every compact continuum which is topologically equivalent to each of its nondegenerate subcontinua is an arc University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1959 |

John Worrell, Jr. :Concerning scattered point sets University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1961 |

Howard Cook :On the most general plane closed point set through which it is possible to pass a pseudo-arc University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1962 |

James Cornette :Continuumwise accessibility University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1962 |

Harvey Baker, Jr :Complete amonotomic collections University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1965 |

Blanche Baker :Concerning uncountable collections of triads. University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1965 |

Dennis Reed :Upper semi-continuous collection of finite point sets University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1965 |

Roy Davis, Jr :Concerning the sides from which certain sequences of arcs converge to a compact irreducible continuum University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1966 |

Jack W. Rogers, Jr. :A space whose regions are the simple domains of another space University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1966 |

Martin Secker :Reversibly continuous bisensed transformations of an annulus into itself University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1966 |

David Cook :Concerning compact point sets with noncompact closures University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1967 |

John Hinrichsen :Certain web-like continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1967 |

Joel O’Connor :Holes in two-dimensional space University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1967 |

Michael H. Proffitt :Concerning uncountable collections of mutually exclusive compact continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1968 |

Robert Everett Jackson :Concerning certain plane-like domains University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1969 |

Nell Stevenson Kroeger :Concerning indecomposable continua and upper semi-continuous collections of nondegenerate continua University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1969 |

Jesse Purifoy :Some separation theorems University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 1969 |