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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are floated some over 2 Feet deep the Water in the rear of our Building is 3 Feet deep. Buisnes up town is brisk as the Mail didnít leave yet the Boys still have a chans to send some more as Tabs are sounded the Rain is coming down in Torents and all of us are glad that we are not laying in Trenches or in Camp Dewy wich is all over floated at this Season before going to Bed we have a good Lunch of Hamburg Bread and Water and Ch Debold says he would not miss the Lunch for all the Ration in the Comisary we all talk over our Hardship we endured in Camp and about our people at Home for the Night are getting very long it get dark befor 6 oClock and it doesnít get day light until after 6 our Ball Games are all postponed F. Hustead and Murphie are on the sick List
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