Sarah Sophia Frye was the third child of
George Frederick Frye
and Louisa Catherine Denny Frye. On December 14, 1908, in Seattle, she married Daniel Waldo Bass. She was nicknamed Sophie by her siblings and Opie by her nephews.
Writing under the name Sophie Frye Bass, she wrote two children's books about the early history of Seattle: "When Seattle Was A Village," and "Pigtail Days in Old Seattle." She also donated books and funds to establish the Sophie Frye Bass Library at the Seattle Museum of History and Industry.
Daniel Waldo Bass
1864–1936 (m. 1908)
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