Trice showed great artistic abilities as a small child growing up in Arab and received private art lessons from artists in Guntersville, Cullman and Birmingham. He has won awards at both the state and national levels. At Birmingham Southern College, he studied under Raymond McMahon. He was a Technical Illustrator at the US Army Missile Command before retiring to devote full time to painting in his backyard studio. His paintings grace homes throughout the state and many homes here in Huntsville.
WHITE-SCOTT HOME, White Street
Ca. 1836 the first portion of this house was built, probably by George Steele for George Cox. In 1844, Thomas W. White bought and enlarged it for his family. The original outbuildings still stand. White descendants occupy it today. Sketched in 1978 by Leon Trice Hinds.
Each summer when relatives came from far and near to visit, the kitchen was busy with good things being prepared for all of us to eat. Hot rolls were Cousin Maria White's specialty. Five generations of Whites have lived in the "old house", as Susan Bradley White (my great great-grandmother) was known to call it.
Mrs. Ronald (Anna Ruth White) Sparks
Item 11 of 20 (5910)Source: Leon Trice Hinds
Date: 1978Rights: Reproduced from "Twickenham Receipts and Sketches" published by the Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association, Inc., 1978, with the permission of THPDA and the artist.