This one covers 1853 to 1865, some of the most exciting and fiery years of Douglass's life. His quarrels with the Garrisonians, the Civil War, Rosetta's letters home from her sojourn in Philadelphia and New Jersey, Lewis's and Charles's letters home from army life, and so much Gerrit Smith.
As always, anticipate meticulous annotation (even if they could not use a certain book about Douglass and women because it had yet to be published) and an extensive calendar of unpublished correspondence.
This will be quite the boon to many scholars. Wonderful work!