I know still less about this building. Likely it was named for Albert Roullier or a member of his family. Albert Roullier was a partner, and the principal Parisian buyer, of the White House Department Store. I can find only two other references to the building. At 20 feet it is a runner-up on someone's list of "San Francisco's skinniest buildings". And there is currently a plan to convert it into 7 loft-type condos.
And I love the little faces in the capitals