Second Carondelet Avenue, later 13th Street, and now finally DeMenil Place, was once a small exclusive enclave of mostly German and French high society members, including the DeMenil family (#10), and of course the Lemps. Adam Lemp, and his widow, his third wife Louise Bauer Lemp, lived at what is labeled #4. After she died, William (Billy) Lemp Jr. lived there with his wife Lillian Handlan Lemp until their divorce, until he stopped paying rent to the brewery in what was a crude but effective way to get her evicted from his former home. That Italianate villa was torn down sometime in the early Twentieth Century.
These nice four-family apartments took the place of the former Second Empire pile of J. Beauvais (#6), which was demolished in the early Twentieth Century, as the street became less desirable.
Next, above, is another Italianate central hall Italianate country home, owned by Jacob Kern (#7). It along with the Hoppe residence, shows a strong similarity to the Jacob Feickert-Lemp Mansion across the street, which is labeled #8.
Finally, there is this wonderful Second Empire house, with a stone ashlar front.