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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May 26/98
from this day until June the 10th we went through our regular routine Buisnes 4 hours drill a day and Dressparade in the Evenings with the Exception of Sunday on wich the Visitors just crowded our Camp so that we scarcily had Room to walk around we recieved good Meals and plenty of Delacasis from the many Ladie Visitor all this time it has being very warm during the day but the Nights are quiet chilly and damp
June 10/98
the Weather is clear and warm this day the whole Regiment without Exception is vasinated some on their Legs and some on their Arms we where also furniched with 2 pair of Shoes and 3 pair of Socks

June 11/98
the Weather is very warm we have a 2 hours drill in the Fornon and in the afternon the whole Cap walked out to the CliffHouse to partake a good Saltwater Bath and see the Sights of the beautifull Shore
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