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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November 10 Thursday
It has raigned all night but it is clear just in the morning for a few Hours we have a short drill in the morning we have Ham and cheese issued to us for the first time we also have fresh Meat to day and we are all exspecting in some Mail but none came in the Evening myself Johnson and L. Williams had a good Lunch all to ourself consisting of Hamburg and Bread and Water we all en-
joyed that verry much it is still raignen and storming while Taps is sounded. Hustead and Read Murphie are on the sick List

November 11/98 Friday
It has raigned all night and not likely to clear up to day we only have 2 men on Brig Guard and one on our Quarter at Night. Brown and James Baird are detached to doe the cooking in Place of G. Miller and Read Murphi being sick
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