Material can be found in many locations - you might want to check these links to tools you could use for broader research:
The Connecticut State Library is a participating member of
These are some of the state documents held in the Connecticut State Library's (CSL) collection.
The main focus here is on CSL items available online. Many of the government publications are available freely online and through our subscription databases. There are many more resources available when you visit us.
Hearing transcripts that were digitized from the hearings at the Connecticut State Library's Law collection. The published hearing transcripts go through 1917. You will need to check with Archives to see if anything from 1918 through 1920 is available. We will add information as it comes to light.
Newspapers are one source to additional information about the Connecticut General Assembly. So are organizations' papers and the notebooks of Gladys Bragdon.
Part of Judge's opinion cited Slaughter-House Cases and Bradwell v. Illinois, Supreme Court rulings made only weeks earlier that had narrowly defined the rights of U.S. citizenship.
These are some additional resources.