Apeda Studio

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Apeda Studio was a photography business in New York City.[1] It was established as a partnership between Alexander W. Dreyfoos.[2] It incorporated in 1914.[3]

In 1913 Dreyfoos was sued unsuccessfully for copyright infringement, reproducing another the work of another studio, marking it as its own work, and selling it.[4]

Its photo of Bert Errol in drag featured on a postcard.[5] It publisjed a photograph of minstrel performers in blackface.

Alexander W. Dreyfoos Jr. was the son of its co-founder.

The International Center of Photography (ICP)[6] and Library of Congress habe collections of its work.[7]


  1. Alessio, Jim (September 7, 2009). "The Eternal Flapper: The Many Lives of Edna Wallace Hopper". AuthorHouse – via Google Books.
  2. "Studio, Apeda | Broadway Photographs". broadway.cas.sc.edu.
  3. "Bulletin of Photography". Frank V. Chambers. May 7, 1914 – via Google Books.
  4. "The New York Supplement". West Publishing Company. May 7, 1913 – via Google Books.
  5. "Apeda Studio (New York, N.Y.) [WorldCat Identities]".
  6. "Apeda Studio". International Center of Photography. January 31, 2018.
  7. "Search results for Apeda, Available Online". Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.

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