In mathematics, we give credit to the people who make important discoveries. One such person has made a very important connection, which has lead to beautiful discoveries. I've seen mention of this man's paper in only one citation, but this work is digitally untraceable. This is not common in the world of mathematics. Not many people know that this man was responsible for this discovery. In fact, the only person who gives him credit is already dead. So, I decided to reach out to this marvelous creator of mathematics. The very next day, I heard back from him. He no longer has the mental faculties to recall this early work.. for he is 95 years old. He no longer remembers the topic and finished in his career of mathematical research. The gentleman was very humble. Unfortunately, I've searched and searched, but can not find this work of his, which had once existed as the first of its kind. I will not stand helplessly watching this piece of gold go down the drain. Thus and thus, I make a promise to this man to whom I don't even know: If I can't find this specific piece of your work, I will make it known that it has existed as the first of its kind so that it takes its rightful place in the annals of mathematics.
Thank you Rose, for your contribution to mathematics.