John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War
Sunday, April 2nd, 1899  Diary View

Sunday April 2/99
Weather is lovely but hot as ever every thing is quiet around the Rebels Capitols 22 Inf who had served as Reserve right along went back to Manila and the 3d Artellery are policing the City in the afternoon we recieved Mail from US but I only got one from G.F. Co C. & D. is on Outpost Mayor Cuthbertson and several others visited us from Corricodore I also took a drive out in the Country in a captured Rig and gathered a few Relics

 

The weather is lovely but hot as ever. Everything is quiet around the rebel's capitol. The 22nd Infantry, who had served as reserve right along, went back to Manila and the 3rd Artillery are policing the city. In the afternoon we received mail from the United States but I only got one from G.F. Companies C and D are on outpost. Major Cuthbertson and several others visited us from Corregidor. I also took a drive out in the country in a captured rig and gathered a few relics.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

CUTHBERTSON, Harry C.

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