One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A variant of the carbon process in which a sensitized gelatin sheet bearing carbon or a coloured pigment is placed in direct contact with a bromide print to produce a monochrome image (either black and white or coloured). Frequently attributive in "carbro print", "carbro process", etc.
Early 20th century. From car- + bro-.
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