The processor is for diffusion transfer processing. You exposed a negative (CPN) material in the camera and passed it through the processor with a receiver sheet (CPP) which you have. When the two sheets exited the processor after passing through the activator solution, two rollers pressed the sheets together. The image transfered from the negative exposed sheet to the receiver sheet and were peeled apart after 60 seconds. IIRC Polaroid was an improvement on this process. There were many combinations of negative and receiver materials. If still good, the film might give you a very high contrast image developed in something like Dektol. Speed would be around ASA 6.