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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Nov 13/98 Sunday
It has raigned all Night and the Morning all most all the Streets are floated some places 2 x 3 Feet deep most all of us stayed inside and spend the day quietly we hae no Service in the Evening we received Mail I received one from Mrs A. and one from A D Boyd it never stopped raign all day Hustead and Murphie are on the Sick List
Nov 14/98 Monday
This Morning the Sun is coming out hot and the Skie is niece and clear and the Birds are sweetly singing exspecially my 2 Pets in the Cage the Water is allmost gone and by Night the Streets are almost dried up again on a clornet the Bay being to rough we had to do without fresh Meat again we receive some Mail but verry little Co A has 14 men on Outpost and we have 2 on Brigade Guard Hustead Murphie and Wilson are on the Sick List
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