He left Seattle for Honolulu, presumably for the change in climate to assist relieve his crippling rheumatism. He opened a studio in his house in Honolulu, which was probably run by his daughter, Estella. As a outstanding Douglas photographer, Andrews distributed pictures to sellers all over Alaska. He additionally served as the official photographer for the Admiral Line, the Alaska Steamship Line, Copper River Railroad, White Pass and Yukon Railway and for Captain Sid Barrington, Stikine River navigator. On December 2, 1937, The Daily Alaska Empire, reported that Andrews’ negatives had been misplaced in one of many Douglas fires. Photographs are grouped in folders in accordance with the photographers final name or the photographic studio.