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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a ten days Isue we also had fresh Meat and Beans for dinner and Beef Soup for Souper Sullivan where operated on with - - - - Hustead is back at the Quarters but still of duty Murphie Wodan Johnson and Becket are on the sick List

Nov 22/98 Tuesday
This is a fine day we have a heavy Rain in the afternoon wich lasted 3
days the Co went trough the regular Routine of Buisnes we had Inspection of our Quarters and also recieved Mail I recieved one from Home most of the Boys spent their time in writing in afternoon and evening as the Mail goes out the nexct morning I wrote one to my Wife and also sent some News papers we recieved fresh Meat again R Wilson is discharged from Hospital but is of duty Collins Sulivan Coiner Hustead Murphie and Wodard are on the Sick List
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