"When I was in Europe...I received a letter from A. A. Noyes saying that he was writing to offer me an appointment as 'Assistant
Professor of Theoretical Chemistry and Mathematical Physics,' and I accepted it, but by the time that I got here it had been
changed to 'Assistant Professor of Theoretical Chemistry' . . . I don't know what happened with the physics, whether Millikan
objected to my having a joint appointment or whether Noyes decided . . . [Noyes] was preventing me from going to Berkeley,
and he may have decided that he didn't want me associated with the physics department in this way, that perhaps I would shift."
Linus Pauling. AHQP (Archive for the History of Quantum Physics), interview transcript part 2. Interview by John Heilbron. March 27, 1964.