All Chicagoans of a certain age can remember hearing about Lee Godie, a woman who roamed the city’s streets making art.

Michael Bonesteel, writing about her in Pioneer Press this week, wrote a cover story about her for the Reader, which is unfortunately too old to be included in our online archive, which only goes back to 1988.

But here are two other Reader pieces describing encounters with Godie; both illustrate her charms nicely.

And here’s a review by Jeff Huebner of Bonesteel’s book on Henry Darger.

Intuit is running a show now.