James Keating asks Superintendent Moses Friedman if Dr. J. W. W. Walker is still the Secretary of the Y.M.C.A. at the Carlisle Indian School. Keating informs Friedman that Walker hired him to compile data and statistics for him, and when Keating sent Walker the research and the bill, Walker never replied. The letter and a bill are enclosed.
Keating also reports his problem to Commissioner of Indian Affairs F. H. Abbott. Second Assistant Commissioner C. F. Hauke replies to Keating, informing him that Walker has no official relationship with the Bureau and that they cannot help him get his money.