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

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August 24/98 Wednesday
The Weather is clear and Hot and we commence to think raigny season is over we have some good fresh Beef and have Bread issused now a chinamen is baking it for us but it is not verry good it has a souer taste we goe trough our regular drills this day Fox Hustead Collins C D. Brain Hanly and Fred Germiwine are on the Sick List
August 25/98 Thursday
The Weather is pretty we are still doing Guard duty but have no drilling except Dressparade in the Evening for it is too hot we all sent Mail Home on the Senator wich leaves for the U.S. without troops do and in the we all receive Mail after Dressparade and we all went to bed happy. Fox Hustead Collins Brain Hanly and Fred Germiwine remain on the sick List
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