Yvette Borup Andrews (February 28, 1891 – April 12, 1959) was an American photographer associated with the American Museum of Natural History. With the museum’s director, Roy Chapman Andrews, she traveled to Central Asia in 1918 for the museum’s First and Second Asiatic Zoological Expeditions.
Yvette Huen Borup was born in Paris to American parents, Henry Dana Borup (1854-1916) and Mary Watson Brandreth Borup (1854-1897). Her father was an American military attaché in Paris and Berlin before World War I. Her maternal grandfather, George A. Brandreth, and her great-grandfather, Congressman Aaron Ward, were both New York politicians. Her great-great-grandfather, Elkanah Watson, was a notable New York businessman. Her older brother, George Brandreth Borup (1885-1912), was assistant to Robert Peary on the North Pole Expedition, and wrote a book about his experiences in the Arctic. Yvette Borup was educated in France, Germany, Italy, and New York. One of her school friends at the Kaiserin Auguste Institute was Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia.