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mfc250.dll problems

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I am running a 16 bit app on Windows 95 - however the app needs mfc250.dll and mfc250o.dll dated 11/01/95. The version that ships with Windows 95 is 4/26/95.  Rather than overwrite these files I want to try and relink the app with the lib files dated 11/1/95.  These files seem to be available only on Visual c++ 1.52d which I do not have.  Does anybody have these files??
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