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National Historic Cheesemaking Center: Carl Marty & Company
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The Carl Marty & Company, located at the north end of 17th Avenue, Monroe, was originally owned and operated by the Bordon Company. It was sold to Kraft-Phenix and purchased by Carl Marty in 1925, who then moved in Aug. 1, 1932. Carl Marty & Co., trade sloganed "The Cheese House of America," had the largest manufacturing and storage plant in a single property in Monroe.