List of people from Ithaca, New York

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Alonzo B. Cornell Governor of New York, 1880–1882

Being host to Cornell University, Ithaca College and a distinct arts scene, Ithaca, New York has been home to many famous people. The county in which Ithaca resides, Tompkins County, New York, is ranked 8th in all 3,144 U.S. counties for the highest density of culturally notable baby boomers.[1][2][3]

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