Harry K. Wolpert, who helped operate a local wholesale dry-goods business, died Sunday. He was 100 and lived at the Windsor House Apartments in Baltimore.
Mr. Wolpert was buried Monday in services at Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Pikesville.
A native Lithuanian who emigrated to the United States in the early 1900s, he studied at rabbinical schools in Europe and the United States. He never led a congregation, however.
"He was a Talmudic scholar," said Rabbi Herman Neuberger of Ner Israel, where Mr. Wolpert was chairman of the board from 1939 until his death.